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INDEX of PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1940 





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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1940 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1941 



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CONTENTS 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1940 3 

List of Plant Patentees 5 

List of Patentees 7 

List of Design Patentees 796 

List of Disclaimers 874 

List of Plant Inventions 878 

List of Inventions 879 

List of Design Inventions 1220 

List of Disclaimers Arranged by Inventions 1252 



DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1940 



Abbott, Echvard J., and Abbott Machine Company v. Coe, 

Commissiouer of Patents. 512 O. G. 3. 
Akers v. Papst. 521 O. G. 1105. 
Alden v. Bessey. 517 O. G. 5. 
Allen. In re. 518 O. G. 774 ; 519 O. G. 804. 
Allen et al. In re. 521 O. G. 265. 
Arzberger. In re. 521 O. G. 272. 
Atkins, Jr., George T. Ex parte. 513 O. G. 497. 
Babcock. In re. 519 O. G. 225. 
Becket v. Arness. 521 O. G. 789. 
Belden et al. v. Klingele. 521 O. G. 795. 
Bellamy et al. v. Snavely et al. 518 O. G. 536. 
Benson v. Beraan. 516 O. G. 270. 
Bertscb. In re. 514 O. G. 3. 
Booth Fisherie.'! Corporation v. Coe, Commissiouer of 

Patents. 519 O. G. 219. 
Borchers et al. In re. 518 O. G. 771. 
Bork. In re. 520 O. G. 262. 
Bourdon v. Kraft. 521 O. G. 1108. 
Brooks. In re. 518 O. G. 774. 
Brown v. Edeler et al. 519 O. G. 222. 
Buckwalter. In re. 518 O. G. 539. 
Cady. In re. 520 O. G. 794. 
Cahill V. Maxant. 521 O. G. 12. 
Carlton. In re. 519 O. G. 521. 
Castricone v. McCabe. 520 O. G. 269. 
Chamberlain v. Kleist. 521 O. G. 800. 
Christmann and Javne, Jr. In re. 512 O. G. 241. 
Colin. Ex parte Philip Gordon. 519 O. G. 797. 
Crecca v. Rippen. 520 O. G. 537. 

Daniels r. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 521 O. G. 787. 
Dawson v. Martin. 519 O. G. 523. 
Denning. In re. 513 O. G. 3. 
Dichter. In re. 519 O. G. 1049. 
Disch. In re. 521 O. G. 274. 
Dreshfield. In re. 518 O. G. 255. 
Else V. McCormack. 521 O. G. 268. 
Emons v. McDanal. 521 O. G. 536. 
Etliyl Gasoline Corporation, Earle W. Webb, and John 

Coard Taylor v. The United States of America. 515 

O. G. 827. 
Ewald. In re. 514 O. G. 279. 
Ferris v. Tuttle. 521 O. G. 523. 
Fischer. In re. 521 O. G. 1111. 
Fleming. In re. 517 O. G. 285. 
Forstrom. In re. 519 O. G. 525. 
Freeman, et al. In re. 513 O. G. 497. 
Gagnler. In re. 521 O. G. 791. 
George v. Karsel. 518 O. G. 776. 
Goddu. Ex parte. 517 O. G. 563. 
Goessling. In re. 515 O. G. 559. 
Gredier et al. In re. 521 O. G. 9. 
Gregory et al. In re. 521 O. G. 277. 
Grettie. In re. 521 O. G. 533. 
Haglund v. Potts. 518 O. G. 259. 
Harnsberger v. Youker. 517 O. G. 811. 
Harris. In re. 510 O. G. 776. 
Hewitt, Jr. In re. 510 O. G. 257. 
Heuberger v. Becker. 514 O. G. 823. 
Hoffberger. In re. 515 O. G. 832 ; 516 O. G. 1056. 
Holmes. In re. 521 O. G. 280. 
Hull V. Smith. 516 O. G. 541. 
Huyett. In re. 521 O. G. 537. 

Jacke V. Long and Jacke v. Goldsborough. 520 O. G. 4. 
Jagielky. In re. 517 O. G. 289. 
Jeffery. In re. 521 O. G. 535. 
Jones et al. In re. 516 O. G. 6. 
Kaplan. In re. 519 O. G. 219. 
King et al. In re. 510 O. G. 961. 
Kirby. In re. 518 O. G. 535. 



Kokatnur. In re. 517 O. G. 3 ; 517 O. G. 287. 

Komenak, Albert J. Ex parte. 512 O. G. 739. 

Lammchen. In re. 521 O. G. 267. 

Land. In re. 516 O. G. 813 ; 516 O. G. 1053. 

Lang. In re. 520 O, G. 801. 

Langevin v. Nicolson. 520 O. G. 7. 

Lathrop v. Shipman. 521 O. G. 799. 

Lawson. In re. 517 O. G. 569. 

Lewis. In re. 514 O. G. 560. 

Lueck. In re. 516 O. G. 7. 

Lyon. In re. 521 O. G. 527. 

Madsen. In re. 516 O. G. 815. 

Martin v. Kraft. 519 O. G. 522. 

Jlattison. In re. 519 O. G. 221. 

Maybach. In re. 511 O. G. 4. 

McBride v. Teeple, Jr. 518 O. G. 3. 

McDevitt. In re. 519 O. G. 797. 

Migrdichian In re. 513 O. G. 757. 

Mills V. Hershman. 515 O. G. 281. 

Mink. In re. 510 O. G. 544. 

Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Company, a corporation v. Coe, 

Commissioner of Patents. 519 O. G. 519. 
Murray et al., executors of the estate of Thomas E. Mur- 
ray, deceased, v. Bailey. 521 O. G. 794. 
Newton et al. In re. 517 O. G. 283 ; 520 O. G. 799. 
Osgood. In re. 520 O. G. 530. 
Parker. In re. 510 O. G. 543 ; 521 O. G. 7. 
Peik V. Rosenberger. 521 O. G. 5. 
Perrine. In re. 519 O. G. 520. 
Pittenger et al. In re. 512 O. G. 525. 
Power Patents Company v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 

513 O. G. 251. 
Raiche v. Foley. 521 O. G. 1097. 
Raymond et al. v. Wickersham. 519 O. G. 3. 
Reid. In re. 516 O. G. 269. 
Replogle. In re. 510 O. G. 775. 
Reynolds. In re. 517 O. G. 284. 
Roberts. In re. 511 O. G. 3. 
Sabol. In re. 518 O. G. 772. 
Saler v. Hallock. 516 O. G. 8. 
Savage. In re. 519 O. G. 1046. 
Scheinmau v. Zalkind. 521 O. G. 793. 
Seabury et al. In re. 515 O. G. 3. 
Slate. In re. 515 O. G. 560. 
Smellie. In re. 520 O. G. 793. 
Smith V. Bosquet. 519 O. G. 800. 
Smith V. Dickinson and Stowell. 520 O. G. 268. 
Standard Brands, Inc., v. National Grain Yeast Corp. 

510 O. G. 3. 
Stresau. In re. (A. C. Smith Corporation, assignee.) 

517 O. G. 814. 
Te Pas et al. v. Geldhof, McCabe et al. v. Scheele, McCabe 

et al. V. Geldhof. 521 O. G. 523. 
Thompson v. Dicke. 517 O. G. 564. 
Vollrath v. McCauley. 521 O. G. 1104. 
Volwiler et al. In re. 520 O. G. 534. 
Vreeland v. Miller. 521 O. G. 530. 
Wadsworth and Wickenden. In re. 514 O. G. 6. 
Walker v. Altorfer. 519 O. G. 1043. 
Walter. In re. 517 O. G. 290. 
Weckerlv, Mark A. and Toledo Scale Mfg. Co. v. Coe, 

Commissioner of Patents. 513 O. G. 1015 : 513 O. G. 

1016. 
Weyandt. In re. 514 O. G. 559. 
Wolf et al. V. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 518 O. G. 

2.55 
Worthing et al. In re. 521 O. G. 4. 
Wright V. Runge et al. 515 O. G. 285. 
Wuertz et al. In re. 519 O. G. 7. 



LIST OF PLANT PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1940 



Note. — Arranged in accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (in accordance with city and 

telephone dirtctory practice). 



Disclaimers follow in separate indexes, but precede the List of Plant Inventions 



Abrams, Fremont B., Ossining, N. Y. Rose plant. 403 ; 
June 18. 

Armstrong iNurseries. (See Thomas, George C, Jr., as- 
signor. ) 

Barnett, Vernon M., administrator, et al. (See Mcllvaine, 
Wrixhem M.) 

Baur, Adolphe F. J., assignor to Baur-Steinl<amp and 
Company, Incorporated, Indianapolis, Ind. Carna- 
tion. 434 ; Dec. 3. 

Baur-Steinkamp and Company. (See Baur, Adolphe 
F. J., assignor.) 

Bountiful Ridge Nurseries. (See Mcllvaine, Wrixhem M., 
assignor.) 

Briggs, Elizabeth A., assignor to C. E. Ogg, Encinitas, 
Calif. Gladiolus. 404 ; June 18. 

Brown, Charles A., II, assignor to Hinsdale Cemetery 
Company, Hinsdale, 111. Geranium. 355 : Jan. 23. 

Brownell, Josephine D., Little Compton, K. I. Rose plant. 

419 ; Sept. 10. 

Brownell, Josephine D.. Little Compton, R. I. Rose. 

420 ; Sept. 10. 

Chase, Clarence A., Lane County, Oreg. Rose. 383 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Coddington, L. B., Co. (See Coddington, Lyman B., as- 
signor.) 

Coddington, Lyman B., assignor to L. B. Coddington Co., 
Murray Hill, N. J. Rose plant. 405 ; June 25. 

Coddington, Lyman B., assignor to L. B. Coddington Co., 
Murray Hill. N. J. Rose plant. 427 ; Oct. 8. 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See De Vink, John, as- 
signor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Dot, Pedro, assignor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Hatton, Robert M., 
assignor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Mallerin, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Conard-Pyle Company, The. (See Meilland, Francis, as- 
signor.) 

Cottage Gardens Company Inc. (See Kausen, Otto, as- 
signor. ) 

Couteau, Alphonse, Orleans, France, assignor to Jackson 
& Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 
400 ; May 14. 

Dearborn, Julia I., Corvallls, Oreg. Violet. 397 ; May 
14. 

De Ruiter, Gerrit, Hazerswoude, Dorp., Netherlands, as- 
signor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 
Rose plant. 381 ; Apr. 30. 

De Vink, John, Boskoop, Netherlands, assignor to The 
Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose plant. 
408 ; July 2. 

Dickson, Alexander, Jr., Newtonards, Belfast, Ireland, as- 
signor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 
Rose plant. 376 ; Apr. 16. 

Downing, Clarence E., Sunfield, Mich. Lily. 436 ; Dec. 
24. 

Dot, Pedro, Barcelona, Spain, assignor to The Conard- 
Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose plant. 366 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Dot, Pedro, Barcelona, Spain, assignor to Jackson & 
Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 378 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Dot. Pedro, San Feliu de Llobregat, Spain, assignor to 
The Conard-Pvle Company, West Grove Pa. Rose 
plant. 407 ; July 2. 

Elliott, John S., Dover, N. H. Rose plant. 369 ; Mar. 12. 

Elliott, John S., Dover, N. H. Rose Plant. 370 ; Mar. 12. 

Engle, Russell, assignor to T. Knipe, Kokomo, Ind. Carna- 
tion. 372 ; Apr. 2. 

Evans City Cut Flower Company. (See Witter, Frank H., 
assignor. ) 

Faber, Horace B., and J. A. C. Ziegler, Jr., assignors to 
\Miite Rose & Nursery Seed Co., York, Pa. Cherry 
tree. 421 ; Sept. 17. 

Gardner, Josephine M. T., et al., executor. (See Thomas, 
George C, Jr.) 

Greening Nursery Company, The. (See Sunday, George 
P.. assignor.) 

Grillo, Nicholas, Milldale, Conn. Rose. 367 ; Mar. 5. 

Grillo, Nicholas, Milldale, Conn. Rose plant. 382 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Grillo, Nicholas, Milldale, Conn. Rose. 417 ; Aug. 13. 

Guraly, Joseph T., Jr., Fairport Harbor, Ohio. Pear 
tree. 435 ; Dec. 17. 

Hahn, Sylvan, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ivy plant. 429 ; Oct. 15. 

Hahn, Sylvan, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ivy plant. 430 ; Oct. 15. 

Hansen, Charles B., Ontario, Calif. Rose. 389 ; May 7. 



Hatton, Robert M., Harrisburg, assignor to The Conard- 
Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Rose plant. 396 ; 
May 14. 

Haygood, Roger W., Keithville, La., assignor to Texas 
Nursery Company, Sherman, Tex. Silver-blue juniperus. 
422 : Sept. 17. 

Hinsdale Cemetery Company. (See Brown, Charles A^ 
II, assignor.) 

Horvath, Michael M., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 385 ; May 7. 

Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 386 ; May 7. 

Horvath, Michael H., Mentor, Ohio. Rose. 387 ; May 7. 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Couteau, Alphonse, 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See De Ruiter, Gerrit, 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Dickson, Alexander, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Dot, Pedro, assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Johnston, Walter I., 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Kordes, Wilhelm, as- 
signor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Lens, Victor, as- 
signor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Nicolas, Jean H., as- 
signor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Pahissa, Lorenzo, 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Perkins, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Prior, Basil E., as- 
signor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See van Rossem, Gerard A., 
assignor.) 

Johnston, Walter I., Portadown, Ireland, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 
plant. 361 ; Feb. 13. 

Johnston, Walter I., Portadown, Ireland, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 
plant. 410: July 9. 

Johnston, Walter I., Portadown, Ireland, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 
plant. 411 ; Julv 9. 

Kausen, Otto, assignor to Cottage Gardens Company Inc., 
Eureka, Calif. Rhododendron plant. 432 ; Nov. 19. 

Kluis, John H., Boskoop, Netherlands, assignor to Joseph 
S. Merritt, Dundalk, Md. Hydrangea. PI. Pt. 415; 
Aug. 6. 

Knipe, Tom. (See Engle, Russell, assignor.) 

Kordes, Wilhelm, Sparrieshoop in Holstein, Germany, 
assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 
Rose plant. 362 ; Feb. 13. 

Kordes, Wilhelm, Sparrieshoop in Holstein, Germany, 
assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 
Rose plant. 363 ; Feb. 13. 

Kordes, Wilhelm, Sparrieshoop in Holstein, Germany, as- 
signor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 
Rose plant. 395 ; May 12. 

Kordes, Wilhelm, Sparrieshoop in Holstein, Germany, 
assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. T. 
Rose plant. 423; Sept. 17. 

Lens, Victor, Wavre Notre Dame, Belgium, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 
plant. 428; Oct. 15. 

Macpherson, James H.. Encinitas, Calif., assignor to him- 
self and M. Macpherson, joint tenants. Avocado tree. 
433 : Nov. 26. 

Macpherson, Mildred. (See Macpherson, James H., as- 
signor.) 

Maglio, Carmine, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. Plum 
tree. 413 ; July 23. 

Mallerin, Charles, Varces, Par Pont de Claix, France, 
assignor to The Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, 
Pa. Rose plant. 409 ; July 2. 

Mayhew, Clarence C, assignor to Texas Nursery Com- 
pany, Sherman, Tex. Red chrysanthemum plant. 
352 ; Jan. 9. 

Mayhew, Clarence C, assignor to Texas Nursery Company, 
Sherman, Tex. Yellow chrysanthemum plant. 368 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Mcllvaine, Ralph M.. administrator, et al. (See 
Mcllvaine, Wrizheim, M.) 

Mcllvaine, Wrixhem M., deceased ; by J. R. M. Mcllvaine, 
Magnolia, Del., and V. M. Barnett, Chestertown, admin- 
istrators, assignors to Bountiful Ridge Nurseries, Prin- 
cess Anne, Md. Apple tree. 388 ; May 7. 

Meillana, Francis, Tassin-Les-Lyon, France, assignor to 
The Conard-Pyle Company, West Grove, Pa. Ros« 
plant. 426 ; Oct. 1. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Merritt, Joseph S. (See Kluis, John H., assignor.) 
Morris, Theodore J., Van Nuys, assignor to Western Rose 

Co., San Fernando, Calif. Rose plant. 394 ; May 7. 
Nakata, Daniel. (See Nakata, Itaro, and D.) 
Nakata, Itaro, and D., Tracy, Calif. Chrysanthemum. 

401 ; June 4. 
Nicolas, Fannie, administratrix. (See Nicolas, Jean H.) 
Nicolas, Jean H., deceased, by F. Nicolas, administratrix, 

assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 

Rose plant. 374 ; Apr. 16. 
Nicolas, Jean H., deceased, by P. Nicolas, administratrix, 

assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. 

Rose plant. 375 ; Apr. 16. 
Nicolas, Jean H., deceased ; F. Nicolas, administratrix, 

assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark N. Y. 

Rose plant. 414 ; July 23. 
Ogg, Chas. E. (See Briggs, Elizabeth A., assignor.) 
Okada, Minoru, S^n Lorenzo, Cfl.lif. Pink carnation. 

398: May 12. 
Okada, Minoru, San Lorenzo, Calif. Red carnation. 399 ; 

May 14. 
Overlook Nurseries. (See Sawada, Kosaku, assignor.) 
Pahissa, Lorenzo, San Feliu de Llobregat, Spain, assignor 

to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 

plant. 379 ; Apr. 16. 
Perkins, Charles H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Com- 
pany, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 416 ; Aug. 13. 
Prior, Basil E., Colchester, England, assignor to Jackson 

& Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose plant. 377 ; 

Apr. 16. 
Rector, Lulu M., Clarksburg, W. Va., assignor to Wayside 

Gardens Company, Mentor, Ohio. Papaver or poppy. 

365 ; Mar. 5. 
Renter, Max, Blue Point, N. Y. Delphinium. 371 ; 

Mar. 26. 
Ringdahl, Ivar, Rome, N. Y. Rose. 353 ; Jan. 16. 
Rosenberg-Coulter Corporation. (See Rosenberg, Joseph, 

assignor.) 
Rosenberg, Joseph, assignor to The Rosenberg-Coulter Cor- 
poration, Hartford, Conn. Tobacco plant. 412 ; July 

16. 
Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salbach, Contra Costa 

County, Calif. Gladiolus. 356 ; Jan. 30. 
Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salbach, Contra Costa 

County, Calif. Gladiolus. 357; Jan. 30. 
Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salbach, Contra Costa 

County, Calif. Gladiolus. 358; Jan. 30. 



Chrysanthemum plant. 
Chrysanthemum plant. 
Chrysanthemum plant. 



Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salbach, Contra Costa 

County, Calif. Gladiolus. 359 ; Jan. 30. 
Salbach, Carl, assignor to E. S. Salbach, Contra Costa 

County, Calif. Gladiolus. 360; Jan. 30. 
Salbach, Ella S. (See Salbach, Carl, assignor.) 
Samtmann, Martin, Wyndmoor, Pa. Rose. 402 ; June 18. 
Sawada, Kosaku, assignor to Overlook Nurseries, Crichton, 

Ala. Camellia. 431 ; Nov. 19. 
Silvera, Victor A., near Milpitas, Calif. Pear tree. 380 ; 

Apr. 23. 
Starr, George H., Turlock, Calif. Double gypsophila, 

384 ; Apr. 30. 
Sturm, Felix L., Shinnston, W. Va. Geranium plant. 

424; Sept. 17. 
Styer, John F., Concordville, Pa. 

390 ; May 7. 
Styer, John F., Concordville, Pa. 

391 ; May 7. 
Styer, John F., Concordville, Pa. 

392 ; May 7. 
Sunday, George P., Baroda, assignor to The Greening 

Nuresry Company, Monroe, Mich. Peach tree. 418 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Texas Nursery Company. (See Haygood, Roger W., as- 
signor. ) 

Texas Nursery Company. (See Mayhew, Clarence C, as- 
signor.) 

Thomas, George C, Jr., deceased, by J. M. T. Gardner and 
G. C. Thomas, 3rd, Beverly Hills, executors, assignors 
to Armstrong Nurseries, Ontario, Calif. Rose. 393 ; 
May 7. 

Thomas, George C, 3rd, et al., executor. (See Thomas, 
George C, Jr.) 

Traver, Harold E., Woodbury, Conn. Begonia. 406 ; 
June 25. 

Van Rossem, Gerard A., Naarden, Netherlands, assignor 
to Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose 
plant. 425 ; Sept. 17. 

Wayside Gardens Company. (See Rector, Lulu M., as- 
signor.) 

Western Rose Co. (See Morris, Theodore J., assignor.) 

Witter, Frank H., assignor to Evans City Cut Flower 
Company, Evans City, Pa. Rose plant. 373 ; Apr. 9. 

Wright, Thomas H., Los Angeles, Calif. Gardenia plant. 
364 ; Feb. 27. 

Yoder Brothers. (See Yoder, Harold P., assignor.) 

Yoder, Harold F., assignor to Yoder Brothers, Barberton, 
Ohio. Rose. 354; Jan. 16. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



A. B. A. Specialties Company. (See Frldolph, Annette, 
assignor. ) 

A. B. Hg. Relay Patent. (See Weman, Klas, assignor.) 

A. B. Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Wallgren, August 
G. F., assignor.) 

A. B. T. Maiuit'acturiug Corp. (See Dreyer, Everett L., 
assieuor. ) 

A. B. T. Manufacturing Company. (See Grunig, Bernliard 
C, assignor.) 

A. D. S. Corp. (See Bierbacli, Carl F., assignor.) 

A & S Ribbon Company. (See Wilson, Edwin T., as- 
signor.) 

Aalberg, Joliu 0., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Keith Orpheum Corporation. Motor control and signal 
circuit. 2,208,404 ; July 16. 

Aandewiel, Cornells J. (See Eerhard, J. M. and C, and 
Aandewiel. ) 

Aaron, Harry, New York, N. Y. Combined watch and 
watchcase. 2,224,421 ; Dec. 10. 

Aaron, Harry, iNew York, N. Y., and J. Hammerstrom, 
Bridgeport, Conn. ; said Hammerstrom assignor to said 
Aaron. Automatic dialing telephone attachment. 
2,202,366 ; May 28. 

Abb6 Engineering Co. Inc. (See Kleinfeldt, Henry F., 
assignor.) 

Abbe, George C, Swarthmore, assignor to Good Roads 
Machinery Corporation, Kennett Square. Pa. Control 
seat. 2,187,509 ; Jan. 16. 

Abbey, Nelson D., Toledo, Ohio. Swaging machine. 
2,209,501 ; July 30. 

Abbink, Marinus. (See Walaity, Anthony C, assignor.) 

Abbot, Charles G., Washington, D. C. Solar flash boiler. 
2,205,378 : June 25. 

Abbott, Ambrose C, deceased ; F. M. Abbott, executrix, as- 
signor to Southland Paper Converting Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Bag holder. 2,220,632 ; Nov. 5. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Soldering iron. 2,224,583 ; Dec. 
10. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Soldering iron. 2,224,584 ; Dec. 
10. 

Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Handle structure. 2,224,585 : 
Dec. 10. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y. Electrical fix- 
ture construction. 2,212,505 ; Aug. 27. 

Abbott, Daniel. (See Abbott, Samuel L. and D.) 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Winding. 2,205,384; June 25. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Winding. 2,205,385 ; June 25. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 2,216,725 ; Oct. 8. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Com- 
pany, Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 2,224,128 : 
Dec. 10. 

Abbott, Florence M., executrix. (See Abbott, Ambrose C.) 

Abbott, Frederick C. Tulsa, Okla., and C. O. Anderson, 
Baxter Springs, Kans., assignors to Mahoning Mining 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Metallurgical flux and 
producing it. 2,220,383 ; Nov. 5. 

Abbott, Frederick C. Tulsa, Okla., and C. O. Anderson, 
Baxter Springs, Kans., assignors to Mahoning Mining 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Metallurgical flux and 
producing it. 2,220,384 ; Nov. 5. 

Abbott, Frederick C. Tulsa, Okla., and C. O. Anderson, 
Baxter Springs, Kans., assignors to Mahoning Mining 
Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Metallurgical flux and 
producing it. 2,220,385 ; Nov. 5. 

Abbott, Geoffrey J., Carshalton, assignor to P. L V. Chain 
Gears Limited, London, England. Driving band or 
chain. 2,225,851 ; Dec. 24. 

Abbott, John M., Greeley, Colo. Guitar steel. 2,186,399 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Leffler, Marlin T., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Ravenscroft, E. A., and 
Jordan, assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Ravenscroft, B. A., and Young, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Tabern, Donalee L., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Tabern, D. L., Moore, Robin- 
son, Frye, and Rundell, assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Volwiler, E. H., and Moore, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ravenscroft, 
Edward A., assignor.) 

Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, Edward J., 
assignor.) 

Abbott, Richard H. S., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to de Muir Products Laboratories Inc., Boston, Mass. 
Apparatus for improving the operation of apparatus 
subject to conditions of high pressure and temperature. 
2 223 .504 • Dec. 3. 

Abbott,' Robert H., T. A. Dickson, and J. W. Bucher, as- 
signors to Colorado Iron Works Company, Denver, 
Colo. Multiple hearth calcining furnace. 2,225,199 ; 
Dec. 17. 



Abbott, Samuel L. and D., Ashland, Mass. Card display 

unit. 2,224,586 ; Dec. 10. 
Abbott, William B., and B. M. Smith, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Magnetic 
thickness gauge. 2,226,275 ; Dec. 24. 
Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half to B. Reinhold, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary table bushing. 2,204,112 ; 
June 11. 

Abel, Carl, et al. (See Shannon, Charles R., assignor.) 

Abel, Paul, executor. (See Lilienfeld, Leon.) 

Abel, Paul J. (See Yoder, C. M., and Abel.) 

Abell, Lambert W., Los Angeles, Calif. Game device. 
2,191,150 ; Feb. 20. 

Abercrombie, James S. (See King, W. E., and Aber- 
crombie.) 

Abercrombie, James S., Houston, Tex. Braden head and 
pipe hanger. 2,194,265 ; Mar. 19. 

Abercrombie, James S., Houston, Tex. Stuffing box. 
2,199,215 ; Apr. 30. 

Abercrombie, James S., Houston, Tex., assignor to 
Cameron Iron Works. Tool joint control for blowout 
preventers. 2,188,141 ; Jan. 23. 

Abercrombie, James S., and H. Allen, Houston, Tex. ; said 
Allen assignor to said Abercrombie. Manifold valve. 
2,194,264 ; Mar. 19. 

Abercrombie Pump Company. (See Allen, H., Tennant, 
and Works, assignors.) 

Abernathy, Clyde G., Hornell, and A. E. Lundbye, Nunda, 
N. Y. Road paver. 2,215,455 ; Sept. 24. 

Abernathy, G. B., et al. (See Sanders, Amis B., as- 
signor.) 

Abernethy, Vardy M. (See Hendrick, M., and Abernethy.) 

Abfalder, Andrew A., et al. (See Rivers, Bernard C, 
assignor.) 

Abkowitz, Harold E., assignor to Pressed Steel Car Com- 
pany, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mine car buffer. 2,213,455 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Abkowitz, Harold E., assignor to Pressed Steel Car Com- 
pany, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Spring buffer. 2,221,902 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Abraham, Kurt, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Siemens & 
Halske, Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Siemensstadt, Ger- 
many. Device for ozonizing refrigerators. 2,212,109 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Abrahams, Alexander I., New York, N. Y. Microphone. 
2,202,886 ; June 4. 

Abrahams, Samuel A., San Francisco, and R. Lewon, Menlo 
Park, assignors to Plant Rubber & Asbestos Works, San 
Francisco, Calif. Magnesium carbonate composition 
and preparation. 2,209,753 ; July 30. 

Abrahams, Samuel A., San Francisco, and R. Lewon, Menlo 
Park, assignors to Plant Rubber & Asbestos Works, San 
Francisco, Calif. Self-set magnesium carbonate com- 
position and effecting setting thereof. 2,209,754 ; July 
30. 

Abrahams, Samuel A., San Francisco, R. Lewon, Menlo 
Park, and L. L. CoUonge, Palo Alto, assignors to Plant 
Rubber & Asbestos Works, San Francisco, Calif. Mag- 
nesium carbonate composition and the preparation 
thereof. 2,209,752 ; July 30. 

Abrahamsohn, Max, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraohie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Cathode ray transmitting tube. 2,202,614 ; May 28. 

.\bramoska, Paul A., Parma, Ohio. Driving mechanism. 
2,217,037 ; Oct. 8. 

Abramowitsch, Eugen, London England. Manufacture of 
adhesives, such as wood glue. 2,197,168 ; Apr. 16. 

Abramowitz, William L., Lakewood, assignor to National 
Oil Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Removing 
wallpaper. 2,221,960; Nov. 19. 

Abrams, Albert, New York, N. Y. Double ended jar or 
similar article. 2,204,784 ; June 18. 

Abrams, Allen, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, Wis., and 
C. A. Sheldon, Bronxville, N. Y., assignors to Mara- 
thon Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Tamper- 
proof seal and making same. 2,223,017 ; Nov. 26. 

Abrams, Charles J., Denver, Colo. Liner for ball mills. 
2,193,956 ; Mar. 19. 

Abrams, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stapling device. 
2,205,709 ; June 25. 

Abrams, Talbert, Lansing, Mich. Contour finder. 
2,194,682; Mar. 26. 

Abramsen, Gudrum, administratrix. (See Abramsen, 
Petter B.) 

Abramsen, Petter B.. Dormont, deceased ; G. Abramsen, 
administratrix, assignor of one-half to F. Schaefer, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Cross rolling. 2,206,759 ; July 2. 

Abramson, John H., and E. C. Swanson, assignors to 
Greenlee Bros. & Co., Rockford, 111. Cable puller. 
2,221,903; Nov. 19. 

Abramson, John H., and E. C. Swanson, assignors to 
Greenlee Bros. & Co., Rockford, 111. Metal punch. 
2,221,904 ; Nov. 19. 

Accetta, Anthony C, Cleveland, Ohio. Artificial fish lure. 
2,208,827 ; July 23. 

Accles and Pollock Limited. (See Henderson, Leonard B., 
assignor.) 

Acco Products, Inc. (See Kern, Emil, assignor.) 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



(See Ackerman, Edward 

(See Sneed, John, as- 

(See Zwierzina, Alois J., 

Gum massag- 



Accumulatoren-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft. (See Lang- 
guth, Erich, assignor.) 

Accurate Hardware Company. (See Mariani, Marty, as- 
signor. ) 

Ace, Arch H., and L. R. Harriman, Bowling Green, Ohio. 
Trailer brake control. 2,189,335 ; Feb. 6. 

Ace Carton Corporation. (See Berg, Edward C, as- 
signor.) 

Ace Glass Incorporated. (See Schilling, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Acer, Herbert A., assignor to Acer & Whedon, Inc., 
Medina, N. Y. Conduit section for air conduits. 
2,224,208 ; Dec. 10. 

Acer & Whedon, Inc. (See Acer, Herbert A., assignor.) 

Aceves, Julius G. (See Parker, H. F., and Aceves.) 

Achenbach, Emll W. and J. A., Muskegon, Mich. Pin 
spot. 2,205,454 ; June 25. 

Achenbach, John A. (See Achenbach, Emil W. and J. A.) 

Acheson Colloids Corporation. (See Stuart, Albert H., 
assignor.) 

Acheson, Howard A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Acheson Colloids Corporation, Port Huron, Mich. 
Lubricating bearings operating at high temperatures. 
2,225,815 ; Dec. 24. 

Acheson, Marcus A., and R. McClintock, Emporium, Pa., 
assignors to Hygrade Sylvania Corporation, Salem, 
Mass. Electron discharge tube and the like. 2,189,260 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Achtel, Georg, K. Schilling, and K. Misch, Berlin, Ger- 
many, assignors to Askania-Werke A. G. Fluid pressure 
responsive instrument. 2,185,971 ; Jan. 2. 

Ackal, Simeon. (See Williams, J. H., and Ackal.) 

Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Crystallizing organic explosive compounds. 2,204,059 ; 
June 11. 

Ackerly, Orville B., Jr., Piedmont, assignor to Oliver United 
Filters Incorporated, San Francisco, Calif. Filter. 
2,218,206 ; Oct. 15. 

Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc. 
L.. assignor.) 

Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc. 
signor.) 

Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc. 
assignor.) 

Ackerman, Dolletta M., Los Angeles, Calif, 
ing implement. 2,196,284 ; Apr. 9. 

Ackerman, Edward L., assignor to Ackerman-Blaesser- 
Fezzey, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Machine for forming heli- 
cal gears. 2,192,783 ; Mar. 5. 

Ackerman, Edward L., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
of one-fourth to Edward L. Ackerman, one-fourth to 
C. E. Blaesser, one-fourth to C. T. Fezzey, and one-fourth 
to A. J. Zwierzina, Detroit, Mich. Combined hinge and 
door check. 2,218.372 ; Oct. 15. 

Ackerman, Francis R., Euclid, Ohio. Conditioning fuel 
during operation of gas engines. 2,213,132 ; Aug. 
27. 

Ackerman, Frank, Bronx, and H. Gould, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Engraving machine. 2,197,884 ; Apr. 23. 

Ackerman, Frank, Bronx, and H. Gould, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Pantograph engraving machine. 2,198,716 ; Apr. 30. 

Ackerman, Harold S., Aspinwall, Pa. Valve. 2,201,513 ; 
Blay 21. 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Work-guid- 
ing attachment for sewing machines. 2,210,647 ; Aug. 6. 
Ackermann, Franz. (See Graenacher, C, Ackermann, and 

Gruengger. ) 
Ackermann, Franz. (See Graenacher, C, Gyr., Kaiser, 
Ackermann, and Bruengger. ) 

Ackermann, Franz, Binningen, assignor to the firm So- 
ciety of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzer- 
land. Acyl derivatives of azo dyestuffs and produc- 
ing same. 2,222,733 ; Nov. 26. 

Ackermann, Karl. jSee Schelecht, L., and Ackermann.) 

Ackerson, John T. (See Bartho, J., and Ackerson.) 
Ackles, Virgil E., Los Angeles, Calif. Machine for frost- 
ing bakery products. 2,222,390; Nov. 19. 

Ackley, George F., Detroit, Mich. Self-sealing can tapper. 

2,209,313 ; July 30. 
Acldey, Raymond E., Chicago, 111. Feeder for stitching 

machines. 2,219,608 ; Oct. 29. 
Ackley, Robert R., assignor to The Richards Chemical 
Works, Inc., Jersey City, N. J. Imidazoline derivatives 
and making the same. 2.200,815 ; Blay 14. 
Acldey, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Condenser winding machine. 
2,199,603 ; May 7. 
Acme Coppersmithing & Machine Comyauy. (See Merlis, 

Ira, assignor.) 
Acme Rayon Corporation. (See Huttinger, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

(See Cook, Lyman, B., assignor.) 
(See Childress, William C., as- 



Acme Staple Company. 
Acme Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Acme Steel Company. 
Acme Steel Company. 
Acme Steel Company. 
Acme Visible Records, Inc. 

and Straubel, assignors.) 
Acme Visible Records, Inc. 

signor.) 
Acme Visible Records, Inc. 

assignor.) 



(See Ott, John E., assignor.) 
(See Wilson, Allen B., assignor.) 
(See Wright, Parvin, assignor.) 
(See Anderson, A. H., Fitch, 

(See Hopkins, Harry J., as- 

(See Straubel, Clarence W., 



Acordi, Nicholas A., Belleville, 111. Coal mining tool. 

2,225,852 ; Dec. 24. 
Acorn Wire & Iron Works. (See Kitzelman, Edward H., 

assignor. ) 
Acree, John F., Denver, and E. F. Rizer and C. M. Walker, 

Pueblo, Colo. Water hoist. 2,190,968; Feb. 20. 
Acrey, Ollie N., Dallas, Tex. Fountain washer. 

2,217,092 ; Oct. 8. 
Acrotorque Company, The. (See Orshansky, Ellas, Jr., 

assignor.) 
Actiengesellschaft Job. Jacob Rieter & Cie. (See Hess, 

Heinrich O., assignor.) 
Actiengesellschaft Joh. Jacob Rieter & Cie. (See Mutter, 

Fritz., assignor.) 
Actino Laboratories, Inc. (See Loeb, C, Oilman, and 

Anderson, assignors.) 
Activated Process Corporation. (See Kelly, John W., and 

D. J., assignors.) 
Activin Corporation, The. (See Feibelmann, Richard, as- 
signor.) 
Acton, Len, et al. (See Davis, Milton K., assignor.) 
Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Starting device for high com- 
pression engines. 2,190,345 ; Feb. 13. 
Acushnett Process Company. (See Young, Philip E., 

assignor.) 
Adair, Samuel E. (See Jenkins, J. E., and Adair.) 
Adair, Samuel E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bendix Radio Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Controlling 
and sensory system and method. 2,188,382 ; Jan. 30. 
Adair, Samuel E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bendix Radio Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Controlling 
and sensory system. 2,188,383 ; Jan. 30. 
Adair, Samuel E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bendix Radio Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Record and 
making the same. 2,188,384; Jan. 30. 
Adair, Samuel E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bendix Radio Corporation, Baltimore, 
Md. Sound effect machine. 2,190,465 ; Feb. 13. 
Adair, Samuel E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Bendix Radio Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Landing 
system. 2,205,185; June 18. 
Adair, Thomas D., Quincy, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Apparatus for condition- 
ing air. 2,191,224 ; Feb. 20. 
Adam, Frank. (See Green, Floyd S., assignor.) 
Adam, Frank, Electric Company. (See Adam, Frederick 

B., assignor.) 
Adam, Frank, Electric Company. (See Adam, P. B., and 

Stieglitz, assignors.) 
Adam, Frederick B., St. Louis County, assignor to Prank 
Adam Electric Company, St. Louis, Mo. Bus duct. 
2,216,870; Oct. 8. 
Adam, Frederick B., St. Louis County, and H. M. Stie- 
glitz, assignors to Frank Adam Electric Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Circuit interrupting and protecting 
device. 2,186,813 ; Jan. 9. 
Adam, Frederick B., St. Louis County, and H. M. Stieg- 
litz, assignors to Frank Adam Electric Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Terminal clamp. 2,220,698 ; Nov. 5. 
Adam, Joe J., Lacoste, Tex. Brake apparatus. 2,198,522 ; 

Apr. 23. 
Adamic, Anton, Canon City, Colo. Auxiliary foot accel- 
erator. 2,187,068 ; Jan. 16. 
Adamoli, Carlo, Milan, Italy, assignor to Perosa Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Obtaining Beryllium and Beryl- 
lium alloys. 2,193,363 ; Mar. 12. 
Adamoli, Carlo, Milan, Italy, assignor to Perosa Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Obtaining beryllium and beryl- 
lium alloys. 2,193,364; Mar. 12. 
Adamoli, Carlo, Milan. Italy, assignor to Perosa Corpo- 
ration, Wilmington, Del. Production of beryllium com- 
pounds. 2,196,048 ; Apr. 2. 
Adams, Alfred H., Burbank, Calif. Indicator. 2,198,523 ; 

Apr. 23. 
Adams, Amos D., Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal com- 
bustion motor. 2,191,638; Feb. 27. 
Adams, Arthur H., Yonkers, N. Y. ; E. R. Adams, execu- 
trix of said A. H. Adams, deceased, assignor to H. Ep- 
stein, Newark, N. J. Textile fabric manufacture. 
2,186,814; Jan. 9. 
Adams, Arthur H., deceased, Yonkers, N. Y. ; E. R. Adams, 
executrix, assignor to H. Epstein, Newark, N. J. Tex- 
tile fabric. 2,194,271 ; Mar. 19. 
Adams, Arthur H., assignor to American Machine and 
Metals, Inc., New York, N. Y. Press operating mech- 
anism. 2,196,165 ; Apr. 2. 
Adams, Charles A., Davenport, Iowa. Electric switch. 

2,215,311 ; Sept. 17. 
Adams, Chester E., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Propane refining process. 
2,192,253 ; Mar. 5. 
Adams, Clovis H. (See Saunders, H. F., and Adams.) 
Adams, Donald W., and R. L. Schuhmann, Louisville, Ky., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Coffee Electrost 
Corporation," Chicago, 111. Roasting coffee and appara- 
tus therefor. 2,185,878 ; Jan. 2. 
Adams, Donald W., and R. L. Schuhmann, Louisville, Ky., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Coffee Electrost 
Corporation. Coffee roaster and method of roasting 
coffee. 2,220,749 ; Nov. 5. 
Adams, Earl W. (See Clark, A. J., Herz, and Adams.) 
Adams, Edith R., executrix. (See Adams, Arthur H.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



9 



Adams, Elliot Q., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Voltage regulation. 
2,196,886 ; Apr. 9. 

Adams, Elmer W. (See Brunstrum, L. C, Flint, MacLaren 
and Adams. ) 

Adams, Elmer W., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Glyceryl sulphonated oil 
compound for tree sprays. 2,193,216 ; Mar. 12. 

Adams, Elmer W., and G. M. McNulty, Hammond, Ind., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Lubricant composition. 2,206,245 ; July 2. 

Adams, Elmer W., and G. M. McNulty, Hammond, Ind., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Lubri- 
cant composition. 2,209,440 ; July 30. 

Adams, Ernest H., Sr., Huntington Park, Calif. Lantern. 
2,223,345 ; Dec. 3. 

Adams, Folgcr, Joliet, 111. Jail locking device and the 
like. 2,185,175 ; Jan. 2. 

Adams, Frederic H. (See Lecher, H. Z., Adams, and 
Orem.) 

Adams, Gale L.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Use of solvent liquids in cracking heavy residual oils. 
2,197,460 ; Apr. 16. 

Adams, Gale L., and C. W. Starlcey, Los Angeles, and P. 
Woolley, Huntington Park, Calif., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Plastic composition for lining pressure vessels. 
2,209,722 ; July 30. 

Adams, Gale L., Los Angeles, E. G. Barlow, Whittier, 
and A. Shapiro, Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to So- 
cony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Apparatus for separating water from oil. 
2,224,624 ; Dec. 10. 

Adams, George A., Seabrook, N. H. Watering tray for 
cages. 2,206,383 ; July 2. 

Adams, Guy, et al. (See Bragg, Dillon C, assignor.) 

Adams, Harold E., assignor to Nash Engineering Com- 
pany, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,195,375 ; Mar. 
26. 

Adams, Harold E., assignor to Nash Engineering Com- 
pany, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,223,670 ; Dec. 3. 

Adams, Harry D., Brookline, Mass. Toy. 2,194,537 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Adams, Harry D., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Hadley-Hubbard Company, Boston, Mass. Valve seat. 
2,198.238 ; Apr. 23. 

Adams, Harry W., assignor to Eastman Kodalc Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Tripod leg clamp. 2,206,069 ; July 2. 

Adams, Holcombe, C, assignor to Automatic Draft and 
Stove Company, Incororpated, Lynchburg, Va. Thermo- 
static down draft control for wood burning heaters. 
2,213,235 ; Sept. 3. 

Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company. (See Ross, 
George E., assignor.) 

Adams, James A., assignor to The Mine and Smelter 
Supply Company, Denver, Colo. Pulp density regu- 
lator. 2,204,644; June 18. 

Adams, James A., Carlsbad, N. Mex., assignor to The 
Mine and Smelter Supply Company, Denver, Colo. 
Density control. 2,205,678 ; June 25. 

Adams, James R., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Automatic control for movie cameras. 2,194,158 ; Mar. 
19. 

Adams, Joe C, assignor of one-half to C. E. De Witt, 
Center, Tex. Mattress filling machine. 2,211,360 ; Aug. 
13. 

Adams, John H., Seattle, Wash. Marshmallow cutter. 
2,214,217 ; Sept. 10. 

Adams, John J. (See Stone, Walter I., assignor.) 

Adams, John P., Calais, Maine. Mechanical figure toy. 
2,226,190 ; Dec. 24. 

Adams, Julius R. (See Davidson, P. B., and Adams.) 

Adams, Julius R., assignor to Old Colony Envelope Com- 
pany, Westfield, Mass. Manufacture of adhesives. 
2,190,372 ; Feb. 13. 

Adams, Leland J., Burbank, Calif., assignor to Warner 
Bros. Pictures, Inc., New York, N. Y. Elevator motor 
system. 2,214,154 ; Sept. 10. 

Adams, Leland J., Burbank, and P. Bracken, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignor to Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Regulator. 2.200,352 : Mav 14. 

Adams, Milton O., Hiawatha, Kans. Brooder. 2,219,882 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Adams, Orlando P., and J. N. Evans, McKeesport, Pa., 
assignors to National Tube Company. Apparatus for 
removing fumes and solids in metal skinning equip- 
ment. 2,218,141 ; Oct. 15. 

Adams, Rudolph J., Chicago, 111. Automobile gear shift. 
2,208,828 ; July 23. 

Adams, Walter A., Rochester, N. Y. Power table for 
sewing machines and the like. 2,192,170 ; Mar. 5. 

Adams, Walter A., Rochester, N. Y. Treadle connection 
for power transmitter clutches. 2,222,219 ; Nov. 19. 

Adams, William J., Santa Cruz, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
a.^signments, to Gar Wood Industries, Inc. Wagon 
scraper. 2,190,969 : Feb. 20. 

Adams, William R., San Francisco, Calif. Dishwashing 
and sterilizing apparatus. 2,205,113 ; June 18. 

Adamson, Andrew E., Warren, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Jlalioning National Bank of Youngstown, 
Youngstown, Ohio, as trustee. Reel. 2,214,315 ; Sept. 
10. 

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Adamson, Andrew E., Warren, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Mahoning National Bank of Youngs- 
town, Youngstown, Ohio. Sealing tool. 2,216,579 : 
Oct. 1. 

Adamson, Andrew E., Warren, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Mahoning National Bank of Youngs- 
town, Youngstown, Ohio, as trustee. Strap tensioning 
tool. 2,222,162; Nov. 19. 

Adamson, Seth, Rye, assignor to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Hat. 2,213,661 ; Sept. 3. 

Adas, Thomas L., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Foundry skimmer. 2,198,649 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Adatte, Albert L., Bound Brook, N. J., and J. V. Lizars, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. Photographically copying checks, 
documents, etc. 2,215,091 ; Sept. 17. 

Add-A-Guide, Incorporated. (See Wardy, Harry A., as- 
signor.) 

Addinall, Carl R., Westfield, and R. T. Major, Plainfield, 
assignors to Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. Alkyl 
esters of hydrohalides of methylhydrasteine and pro- 
ducing the same. 2,189,809 ; Feb. 13. 

Addink, Nicolaas W. H., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Gaseous electric dis- 
charge lamp device. 2,211,590 ; Aug. 13. 

Addis, Charles N., assignor of one-half to W. Hattich, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Placer concentrator. 2,208,092 ; 
July 16. 

Addis, Frank J. and P. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Merchandise 
package and display. Re. 21,592 ; Oct. 8. 

Addis, Frank J. and P. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufactur- 
ing confection candle holders. 2,202,509 ; May 28. 

Addis, Frank J. and P. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Merchandise 
package and display. 2,218,901 ; Oct. 22. 

Addis, Paul P. (See Addis, Frank J. and P. P.) 

Addison, Earl H., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Sherwin- 
Williams Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Production of 
light-resistant compositions. 2,194,629 ; Mar. 26. 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Curtis, 
l^ranklin E., assignor.) 

-iddressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gollwiter, 
Walter T., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Loeffler, 
Herbert L., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Rubinstein, 
David, assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Wescott, 
William B., assignor.) 

Addy, Charles W., R. H. J. Riley, and R. J. Grlnnell, 
Spondon, near Derby, England, assignors to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Textile apparatus. 2,205,455 ; 
June 25. 

Adel Precision Products Corporation. (See Adler, Paul 
W., assignor.) 

Adensam, Christ. (See Herrmann, W. A., and Adensam.) 

Adirondack Foundries and Steel Incorporated. (See Akitt, 
Norman B., assignor.) 

Adjusta Company. (See Hirsh, Fred, assignor.) 

Adjustable Clamp Company. (See Holman, Harry V., 
assignor.) 

Adjustable Clamp Company. (See Krumbach, Will, as- 
signor.) 

Adkins, James G., Cheney, Kans. Valve. 2,192,670 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hedin, U. C, and Larson, 
assignors. ) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Henderickson, Hugh, H., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, C. H., Mohun, and 
Verhagen, assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Stewart, Lemuel L., as- 
signor.) 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Air plane. 2,212,490 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Adler, Henry J., assignor of one-third to R. M. King, and 
one-third to J. L. James, Yakima, Wash. Fine grading 
machine. 2,196,513 ; Apr. 9. 

Adler, Herman G., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to King-Seeley Corporation, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. Governor. 2,212,890; Aug. 27. 

Adler, Lee E., Dallas, Tex. Telephone signal system. Re. 
21,659 ; Dec. 17. 

Adler, Paul W., Hollywood, Calif. Metering pump. 
2,206,384 ; July 2. 

Adler, Paul W., West Hollywood, assignor to Adel 
Precision Products Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Line 
supporting clip. 2,215,283 ; Sept. 17. 

Adney, Adrian P. (See Barton, B. D., Adney, and 
Bentley. ) 

Adolph, Bernard H., et al. (See Davidson, Ashley A., 
assignor.) 

Adolph, Gustav, Solln, Germany, and M. E. Bretschger, 
assignors to Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company, Inc., 
Buffalo, N. Y. Distillation of hydrogen peroxide. 
2,210,438 ; Aug. 6. 

Adolph, Karl, assignor to the firm J. Eberspacher, Es- 
slingen-on-the-Neckar, Germany. Cowling combina- 
tion. 2,212,094 ; Aug. 20. 

Adolphe, Ernest C, Olney, Oreg. Logging device. 
2,187,440 ; Jan. 16. 

Adonizio, Patrick, Pittston, Pa. Removable skate and 
blade. 2,188,971 ; Feb. 6. 



10 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Adorjan, Paul, assignor to Rediffusion Limited, London, 
England. Distortion indicator for electrical amplifying 
systems. 2,213,099 ; Aug. 27. 

Adrema Maschinenbauges, m. b. H. (See Krell, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Advance Aluminum Castings Corp. (See Grundstrom, 
Erik G., assignor.) 

Advance Engineering Company. (See Nordell, Carl H., 
assignor.) 

Advance Machine Co. (See Gebert, A. E., Richardson, 
and Blaclc, assignors.) 

Advance Machine Company. (See Richardson, M. H., 
Black, and Gebert, assignors.) 

Advertising Change Tray, Inc. (See Lan, Rafael, as- 
signor. ) 

Advertising Systems of America. (See Hall, Dayle D., 
assignor.) 

Aeberhardt, Hans, Bienne, Switzerland. Watch move- 
ment. 2,186,159 ; Jan. 9. 

Aeberhardt, Hans, Bienne, Switzerland. Calendar watch 
movement. 2,209,642 ; July 30. 

Aeh, John E., Portsmouth, Ohio. Top lift for shoe heels. 
2.195,352 ; Mar. 26. 

Aeolian American Corporation. (See Dinsmore, Alton F., 
assignor.) 

Aeration Processes, Inc. (See Smith, Allyne H., as- 
signor.) 

Aerial Explorations, Inc. (See Corlett, E. H., assignor.) 

.A.erial Explorations, Inc. (See Smith, Hale G., as- 
signor.) 

Aero Engineering Corporation. (See Briner, Emil A., as- 
signor.) 

Aero Supply Manufacturing Co. (See Downey, George T., 
assignor.) 

Aero Supply Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Downey, 
George T., assignor.) 

Aeroflex Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Marglin, 
George, assignor.) 

Aero f user Company, The. (See Collicutt, Earl H., as- 
signor.) 

Aerogen Company Limited, The. (See Schiirmann, Carl, 
assignor.) 

Aerovox Corporation. (See Jacobs, David, assignor.) 

Aeschbach, Walter, and A. C. Ray, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Cool-Moore Corporation, St. Louis, Mo.. 
Shoe heeling machine. 2,193,084 ; Mar. 12. 

Aeschlimann, Jolm A., Riehen, near Basel, Switzerland, 
assignor to Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N. J. 
Manufacture of disubstituted carbamic acid esters of 
phenols containing a basic substituent. 2,208,485 ; 
July 16. 

Aetha Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Solger, 
William H., assignor.) 

Aetna Ball Bearing Mfg. Co. (See Stein, Louis H., as- 
signor.) 

Aetna Iron & Steel Co. (See Moore, Clarence H. and 
J. G., assignors.) 

Aetna Motor Products Corporation et al. (See Hassel- 
baum, Oscar H., assignor.) 

Aetna Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Matte- 
son, E. A., and Meredith, assignors.) 

Aetna Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Moore, 
George E., assignor.) 

Aetna Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Rodder, 
W., and Matteson, assignors.) 

Aetna Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Smith, 
Howard W., assignor.) 

Aetna Standard Engineering Company, The. (See Taylor, 
Clarence L., assignor.) 

Aga-Baltic Radio Aktiebolag. (See Fransson, Frans, as- 
signor.) 

Agar, Dudley, Pittsburgh, Pa. Extended bed for drying 
and combustion in refuse incinerators. 2,216,287 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Agedal, Arnold O. (See Snyder, Conrad, assignor.) 

Agel, Frank O., Prince George County, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Cool- 
ing and drying moist nitrosyl chloride gas. 2,210,439 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Agerell, William C, Chicago, 111., and J. D. Durant, De- 
troit, Mich., assignors to Pines Winterfront Company, 
Chicago, 111. Radiator shutter unit. 2,200,733 ; May 
14. 

Agerell, William C, and H. C. Godfrey, assignors to Pines 
Winterfront Company, Chicago, 111. Radiator and radi- 
ator shutter assembly. 2,217,302 ; Oct. 8. 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Eggert, J. and Frohlich, 
assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Frohlich, A., and Schneid- 
er, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Gehrke, P. W., and Tiede- 
ken, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Goldhammer, L., and 
Gelius, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Heymer, Gerd, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Roehrl, Bruno C., as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schneider, Wilhelm, as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schneider, W., and Froh- 
lich, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schneider, W., and Loleit, 
assignors. ) 



Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G., Kumetat, 
FrShlich, Schneider, and Brodersen, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G!., and 
Schneider, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G., Schneider, 
and FrOhlich, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco (Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G., Stieglitz, 
and Frohlich, assignors.) 

Aggazzotti, Carlo M. (See Tramarollo, Luigi G., as- 
signor.) 

Aghnides, Elie, New York, N. Y. Fluid mixing device. 
2,210,846 ; Aug. 6. 

Agnew, Norman F., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Battery charging apparatus. 2,197,423 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Agnew, Norman F. Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to The Union Switch & Signal Company, Swiss- 
vale, Pa. Signaling apparatus. 2,206,556 ; July 2. 

Agnoli, Silvio J. (See Cilento, A. J., and Agnoli.) 

Agostineto, Giacomo, assignor of one-half to T. R. Thomp- 
son, Trout Creek, Mich. Kitchen tool. 2,205,379 ; 
June 25. 

Agramonte, Jules. (See De Roo, W. C, Schwarz, and 
Agramonte. ) 

Agricola, Frederick T., Gadsden, Ala. Stoker furnace or 
heater. 2,212,724; Aug. 27. 

Agricultural and Chemical Works Public Company Limited 
by Shares. (See Moskovits, Nicolaus, assignor.) 

Agthe, Carl A., Zurich, assignor to J. R. Geigy A. G., 
Basel, Switzerland. Road surfacing. 2,188,214 ; Jan. 
23. 

AgueefE, Alexander A. (See Paine, W. B., and Agueeff.) 

Agulnek, Harry, assignor to S. Mishcon, doing business as 
Supreme Knitting Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Wrap- 
around apparatus for knitting machines. 2,189,275 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Agulnek, Harry, assignor to S. Mishcon, doing business 
as Supreme Knitting Machine Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Knitting machine. 2,203,711 ; June 11. 

Agulnek, Harry, and L. Mishcon, assignors to S. Mishcon, 
doing business as Supreme Knitting Machine Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Method and apparatus for producing 
striped knitted fabric. 2,189,276 ; Feb. 6. 

Ahart, Andrew L., Orlando, Fla. Hydraulic transmission. 
2,196,350 ; Apr. 9. 

Ahern, Edward T., New Haven, Conn. Cleansing and 
deodorizing device for water closets. 2,199,094 : Apr. 
30. 

Ahlberg, Henry B. (See Repass, G., and Ahlberg.) 

Ahlberg, Henry B. (See Walsh, S. R., and Ahlberg.) 

Ahlberg, Henry B., Attleboro, Mass., assignor to H & B 
American Machine Company. Spindle. 2,220,010 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Ahlbrandt, John P. (See Prechtling, W. H., and 
Ahlbrandt.) 

Ahlbrandt, John P., assignor to Borg-Warner Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Ironing device. 2,204,744 ; June 18. 

Ahlburg Company. (See Mumma, Harold J., assignor.) 

Ahles, Carl C, Albany, N. Y. Road guard. 2,204,556 ; 
June 18. 

Ahles, Carl C, Albany, N. Y. Road guard. 2,204,557 ; 
June 18. 

Ahles, Carl C, Albany, N. Y. Road guard. 2,204,558 ; 
June 18. 

Ahles, Carl C, Albany, N. Y. Road guard. 2,204,559 ; 
June 18. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Frederiksberg, near Copenhagen, Den- 
mark, assignor to F. L. Smidth & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Cooler for agglomerated material. 2,189,120 ; Feb. 6. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to 
F. L. Smidth & Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for treating pulverulent materials. 2,201,552 ; May 21. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to F. 
L. Smidth & Co., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for sep- 
arating powdered materials. 2,212,819 ; Aug. 27. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to F. 
L. Smidth & Company, New York, N. Y. Aerating ce- 
ment and the like. 2,220,193 ; Nov. 5. 

Ahlskog, Ernst, Chicago, 111. Pneumatic polishing and 
abrading machine. 2,214,189 ; Sept. 10. 

Ahnell, Karl J., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Locomotive tioiler supporting arrangement. 
2,197,627 : Apr. 16. 

Ahnger, Yrjo A., Crockett, Calif. Friction transmission 
device. 2,209,254 ; July 23. 

Alirens, Henry F., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Game device. 
2,199,327 ; Apr. 30. 

Ahrens, Henry T., Charlotte, Tex. Cotton treating ap- 
paratus. 2,224,625 ; Dec. 10. 

Aibel, Herman, and M. Mass, New York, N. Y. Yarn. 
2,225.290 ; Dec. 17. 

Aibel, Samuel H. (See Shager, Samuel, assignor.) 

Aikele, Karl. (See Scheller, H., Wagner, and Aikele.) 

Aiken, Charles B. West, Lafayette, Ind., assignor, bjf 
mesne assignments, to Schlumberger Well Surveying 
Corporation, Houston, Tex. Method of and apparatus 
for magnetically exploring earth strata. 2,220,070 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Aiken. David, Winnsboro, S. C. Container for tooth 
powders or the like. 2,214,218 ; Sept. 10. 

Aiken, Edwin H., El Centro, Calif. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,186,400 ; Jan. 9. 

Aiken, Thomas McG., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for test- 
ing photoflash mechanism. 2,187,409 ; Jan. 16. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



11 



Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerdlng, Pa. Lubri- 
cated plug cock. 2,187,926 ; Jan. 23. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wllmerding, Pa. Brake cyl- 
inder device. 2,194,732 ; Mar. 26. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
and sanding control equipment. 2,198,022 ; Apr. 23. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
cylinder device. 2,201,571 ; May 21. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Auto- 
matic slack adjuster. 2,201,572 ; May 21. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor control system. 2,211,875 ; Aug. 20. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Speed 
controlled brake. 2,215,343 ; Sept. 17. 

Aillaud, Lawrence A., assignor of one-half to V. Aillaud, 
and one-fourth to A. Ferrari, both of San Diego, Calif. 
Glass cutter. 2,210,193 : Aug. 6. 

Aillaud, Vonda, et al. (See Aillaud, Lawrence A., as- 
signor.) 

Ainsworth, Albert A., Ossining, N. Y. Album. 2,193,545 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Ainsworth, Albert A., Ossining, N. Y. Mounting for cards, 
photographs, and the like. 2,204,098 ; June 11. 

Ainsworth, Albert A., Ossining, N. Y. Filing system for 
photographic prints and films. 2,218,305 ; Oct. 15. 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Potter, Albert 
T., assignor.) 

Ainsworth, William, & Sons, Inc. (See lonides, Stephen 
A., assignor.) 

Air Conditioning Equipment, Inc. (See Strang, John J., 
assignor.) 

Air Control Products, Inc. (See Leigh, Leighton, as- 
signor.) 

Aircooled Jlotors Corporation. 
Savage, assignors.) 

Aircraft Components Limited. 
C, assignor.) 

Aircraft Radio Corporation, 
assignor.) 

Aircraft Screw Products Company. 
Harold, assignor.) 

Aircraf tings Limited. (See Brown, Francis V., assignor.) 

Air Devices Corporation. (See Curtiss, William R., as- 
signor.) 

Airelease Corporation, The. (See Lowe, Ernest A., as- 
signor.) 

Airfilm Corporation. (See McGuire, Clarence V., as- 
signor. ) 

Airmaster Corporation. (See Hueglin, Herman C, as- 
signor.) 

Air-Maze Corporation. (See Schaaf, A. E., Walton, and 
Glanzer, assignors.) 

Airpak Limited. (See Mims, C. N., and Pitt, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Andei'son, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Gomonet, Eugene, as- 
signor. ) 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor.) 

Air Reduction 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, 
signor. ) 

Air- Van Company. (See Roberts, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Dow, 
Dewey M., assignor.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. 
M.. Burmeister, and Heckler, assignors.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. 
Frederick, Jr., assignor.) 

Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. 
P., Jr., and Flatz, assignors.) 

Aitken, Roger G., McMasterville, Quebec, and C. J. S. 
Warrington, Westmount, Quebec, assignors to Canadian 
Industries Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Warn- 
ing agent for poisonous gases. 2,203,764 ; June 11. 

Ajax Bottle Cap Corp. (See Corsi, Nicholas, assignor.) 

Ajax Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Wyatt, James 
R., assignor.) 

Ajax Electrothermic Corporation. See Blakeslee, R. N., 
Jr., and Remmers, assignors.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Gaines, Fred- 
erick W.. 3rd, assignor,) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Heman, Homer 
D., assignor.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company, The. (See Zwierlein, 
Henry A., assignor.) 

Ajouelo, Davis J., assignor to A. May, Atlanta, Ga. Cord 
lock for Venetian blinds. 2,214,155 ; Sept. 10. 



(See Doman, C. T., and 

(See Kempson, Bertram 

(See Johanson, John E., 



(See Caminez, 



(See Balcar, Frederick R., as- 

(See Crowe, John J., assignor.) 
(See Deming, George M., as- 



(See Heidbrink, Jay A., as- 

(See Horney, Amos G., as- 

Company. (See Miller, Hoke S., as- 

(See Schlitt, Joseph L., as- 

(See Walker, George L., as- 



(See Dow, D. 



(See Riebel, 
(See Riebel, 



Akau, George H,, assignor of one-fifth to G, Ronitz, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. Papaya peeler. 2,201,514 ; May 21. 

Aken, James N,, Rome, assignor to General Cable Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Electrical cable. 2,212,360 : 
Aug. 20. 

Aker, Evender S., Long Branch, N. J. Shaft bearing. 
2,203,039 ; June 4. 

Akers, Charles B., Akron, Ohio. Sectional casing con- 
struction. 2,203,808 ; June 11. 

Akers, Floyd C, Anderson, Ind. Damper control. 
2,187,767 ; Jan. 23. 

Akers, Lee R., and J. C. Wilkinson, Kansas City, Mo. 
Combination ash receiver and extinguisher. 2,224,715 ; 
Dec. 10. 

Akin, Billie F., Chattanooga, Tenn. Web feeding device. 
2,216,334 ; Oct. 1. 

Akitt, Norman B., Troy, assignor to Adirondack Foundries 
and Steel Incorporated, Watervliet, N. Y. Car truck. 
2.192.171 ; Mar. 5. 

Akofer, Cliarles A. (See Sabins, 

Akron Standard Mold Company, 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Akerlund & Rausing. 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Atlas-Diesel. (See 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Bolinder-Munktell. 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Bolinder-Munktell. (See Wallgren, August 
G. F., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget C. E. Johansson. (See Domellof, Karl R., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Facit. (See CarlstrOm, Bengt, assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Formator. (See Dahlstrom, E. R., and 
Rothelius, assignors. ) 

Aktiebolaget Formator. (See Granstedt, Karl E., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Johnson, Bror A. E., assignor.) 

Alvtiobolaget Gerk. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
Paul, assignor.) 
Giitaverken. 



Rolland C, assignor.) 
The. (See Bostwick, 

(See Andersson, Nils, 

Thege, Edvin O. P., 

(See Evrell, Kaleb E., 



Andersson, Nore, as- 
Johansson, Johan 



(See 
(See 

(See Olsson 

(See Montelius 
Richter, Johan C. F. C, 



Johannes, 
Carl O. 



E., 



as- 



J., 



as 



Danielsson 
Aktiebolaget 

signor. ) 
Aktiebolaget Gotaverlten. 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Gotaverken. 

signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Imo-Industri. 

assignor. ) 
Aktiebolaget Kamyr. (See 

signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. 

Fred, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Ang-turbin. 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin 

and Boestad, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lindhagen, M. T, 

assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lysholm. Alfo. assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Motorus. (See Hansson, Oscar, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, August G. F., as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Rosenblads Patenter. (See Rosenblad, Curt 

P., assignor,) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska KuUagerfabrieken. 

Karl E. A., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. 

Bengt A., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. 

Allan O. G.. assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. 

Nils A., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. 

Josef, H. E., assignor,) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. 

Torsten G., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Timbro. (See Bergstrom, Axel, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Vibro-Betong. (See Svenson, Hilding, as- 
signor. ) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Darrieus, 

Georges, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Jung, 

Ingvar, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie 

Axel, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Meyei", 

Adolf, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Noack, 

Walter G., assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Noack, 

W. G,, and Zweifel, assignors,) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie, (See Seippel, 

Claude, assignor,) 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Thommen, 

Hans, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Cilander. (See Hefti, Fridolin, as- 
signor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Dynamit Nobel. (See Doht, Richard, 

assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Technische Studien. 

(See Keller, Curt, assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft fUr Technische Studien. (See Keller, 

Curt, assignor.) 



( See Horney, 
(See Lysholm, Alf, 
(See Lysholm, A., 

and Lysholm, 



(See Gothberg, 

(See Kjerrman, 

(See Palmgren, 

(See Palmgren, 

(See Thorfin, 

(See Tornebohm, 



(See Meldahl, 



12 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Alaska Freezer Co., The. (See Meyer, J. W., Jr., and 
Ruttiman, assignors.) 

Alavidze, Dimitri. (See Gee, Victor, assignor.) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Stephenson, Ken- 
nard F., assignor.) 

Albach, Albert F., Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, and F. 
Karger, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Nied, Germany. Ad- 
justable nozzle. 2,218,411 ; Oct. 15. 

Albany Felt Company. (See Neville, George A., as- 
signor. ) 

Albaugh, Lyman P., assignor to Meredith Publishing Com- 
pany, Des Bloines, Iowa. Printing cylinder pressure 
system. 2,185,743 ; Jan. 2. 

Alben, i'rank JL., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
i^Jlectric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Motor suspension. 2,196,406 ; Apr. 9. 

Alben, Frank L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Traction motor ventilating system. 2,217,428 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Albers, Fritz, and H. Nitze, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, G. 
Schaum, Leverkusen-I. G. Werk, and E. Weyde, 
Cologne-Niehl, Germany, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Photographic development of silver halide 
layers. 2,214,446 ; Sept. 10. 

Albers, Fritz, E. Trabert, A. Sack, and W. Jessien, Lever- 
kusen-Wiesdorf, W. Dieterle, Dessau-Ziebigk, and O. 
Eiester, Dessau, Germany, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Photographic developing paper. 2,217,829 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Mounting for wind charging units. 
2,204,462 ; June 11. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Wind driven power apparatus. 
2,207,964 ; July 16. 

Albers, John R., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Starting and governing device for 
impellers. 2,215,456 ; Sept. 24. 

Albers-Schonberg, Ernst. Berlin-Frohnau, assignor to 
Steatit-Magnesia Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Pankow, 
Germany. Molded electric insulating article. 
2,226,299 ; Dec. 24. 

Albersheim, Walter J., assignor to Electrical Research 
Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Photoelectric tube. 
2,198,650 ; Apr. 30, 

Albersheim, Walter J., Great Neck, assignor to Electrical 
Research Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Recording 
system. 2,198,798 ; Apr. 30. 

Albert, Hans. (See Schmitt, R., and Albert.) 

Albert Specialty Company. (See Moore, Francis, as- 
signor.) 

Albert, Wilhelm. (See Leitz, L., and Albert.) 

Albert, Wilhelm. (See Speiser, F. X., and Albert.) 

Albertson, Carl W., Chicago, 111. Valve. 2,195,292 ; Mar. 
26. 

Albertson. Carl W., Chicago, 111. Joint and making same, 
2,214,648; Sept. 10. 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor.) 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, F. O., and Dowl- 
ing assignors.) 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Disk trimmer. 2,190,758 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Albertson, Frans O., and H. E. Dowling, assignors to 
Albertson & Company, Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Valve 
seat grinding machine. 2,194,062 ; Mar. 19. 

Albertson, Jonathan Y. (See Sonneborn, J. R., and Al- 
bertson.) 

Albertson, Victor N., St. Louis Park, and J. Henningsen, 
assignors to Minneapolis-Moline Power Implement Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Tractor. 2,218,510 ; Oct. 
22. 

Albertz, Ricardo, Santiago, Chile. Key. 2,197,673 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Albietz, Otto, assignor to Robert Konig, Lorrach, Bade, 
Germany. Electric soldering device. 2,210,352 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon. N. Y. Double coil spring 
fastening device. 2,186,746 ; Jan. 9. 

Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Latching device. 
2,186,747 ; Jan. 9. 

Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Writing device. 
2,197,628; Apr. 16. 

Albin, Thomas B., Mercer Island, Wash. Treatment of 
manganese ore. 2,191.819 ; Feb. 27. 

Albino, Catherina G., Aberdeen, Wash. Needle holster. 
2,220,633 ; Nov. 5. 

Albion, Charles M., Newton, Mass. Composition for 
preservation of and combination with latlces, rubber, 
and other proteins and decomposable organic com- 
pounds. 2,188,327 ; Jan. 30. 

Albion, Charles M., Boston, Mass. Preservative compo- 
sition and products derived therefrom. 2,188,468 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Alboch, Frank, assignor to Fred Medart Manufacturing 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Game goal. 2,194,779 ; Mar. 
26. 

Alborn, Frank G. (See Franks, J. B., Jr., and Alborn.) 



Alborn, Frank G., Norwalk, Conn., and J. B. Franks, Jr., 
assignors to A. R. McCown, as trustee, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Motor vehicle control mechanism. 2,193,866 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Alborn, Frank G., Norwalk, Conn., and J. B. Franks, Jr , 
assignors to A. R. McCown, Philadelphia, Pa. Motor 
vehicle control mechanism. 2,193,867 ; Mar. 19. 

Alborn, Robert C, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Heat resistant painted fabric. 
2,2261,50 ; Dec. 24. 

Albrecht, Alfred P. (See Bone, A. R., and Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, Alfred P., assignor to The Irwin Auger Bit 
Company, Wilmington, Ohio. Tool handle. 2,187,192 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Albrecht, Alfred P., assignor to Irwin Auger Bit Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Ohio. Expansion bit. 2,215,344; 
Sept. 17. 

Albrecht, Carl, Kronberg in Taunus, assignor to Deutsche 
Gold und Silber Scheidean-stalt, vormals Roessler, 
Prankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Heat treating bath. 
2,201,755 ; May 21. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, and H. Brandenburg, Ber- 
lin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignors to Mergenthaler 
Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typographical 
slug casting machine. 2,201,132 ; May 21. 

Albrecht, Harold D., Pennsauken, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Transmitter. 2,226,214 ; Dec. 
24. 

Albrecht, Hermann P., Schoeneiche, Kreis Niederbarnim, 
Germany, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Safety device for tension shutters. 
2,221,017; Nov. 12. 

Albrecht, Joseph A., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for remov- 
ing surface moisture from lump material. 2,207,278 ; 
July 9. 

Albrecht, Kurt, Pittsburgh, assignor to J. M. Hopwood, 
Mount Lebanon, Pa. Dishwashing machine. 2,200,907 ; 
May 14. 

Albrecht, Otto, assignor to the firm Society of Chemical 
Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Quaternary 
ammonium salt. 2,202,328 ; May 28. 

Albree, George N., Concord, Mass. Telescope sight mount- 
ing for firearms. 2,200,869 ; May 14. 

Albright, Edward A., Berwyn, assignor to Caspers Tin 
Plate Company, Chicago, 111. Conveyer structure for 
ovens. 2,186,566 ; Jan. 9. 

Albright, Frank C, Manchester, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Aircraft con- 
trol means. 2,220,194 ; Nov. 5. 

Albright, Raymond W., assignor to American Anode, Inc., 
Akron, Ohio. Making rubber articles. 2,203,072 • 
June 4. 

Albright, Robert B., assignor to Philco Radio and Tele- 
vision Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Image rejector 
circuit for radio receivers. 2201,938 ; May 21. 

Albright, Robert B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Pennsylvania Patents, Inc., Carson 
City, Nev. Tuning control device for radio receivers 
and the like. 2,211,041 ; Aug. 13. 

Albright, Sterling W., Racine, Wis. Hacksaw. 2,204,390 ; 
June 11. 

Albright, William D. (See Candler, G. L., and Albright.) 

Albright, William P., Pittsburgh, Pa. Valve. 2,210,559 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Albro Fillers and Engineering Company Limited. (See 
Broadhurst, Stanley P., assignor.) 

Alburger, James R., Merion Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Photograph. 2,199,902 ; May 7. 

Alburger, James R., Merion Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Photographic development. 
2,199,903 ; May 7. 

Alburger, James R., Merion Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Photographic developer. 
2,199,904; May 7. 

Alcock, John P. (See Ricardo. H. R., and Alcock.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Jennings, George A., 
assignor.) 

Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Leech, Thomas B., 
assignor.) 

Aldeen, Gedor W., assignor to American Cabinet Hard- 
ware Corp., Rockford, 111. Catch. 2,208,486 ; July 16. 

Alden, Carroll R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Ex-Cell-O 
Corporation. Pump. 2,193,612 ; Mar. 12. 

Alden, Carroll E., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bx-Cell-0 
Corporation. Nozzle. 2,202,510; May 28. 

Alden, Carroll R.. assignor to Ex-Cell-0 Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Nozzle. 2,214,757 ; Sept. 17. 

Alden, Carroll R., assignor to Ex-Cell-0 Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Fluid distributor. 2,223,590 ; Dec. 3. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit. Blich. Steering-drive wheel assem- 
bly. 2,189,695 ; Feb. 6. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton. Mass. Radio socket. 2,215,366 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Alder, Jean, and A. Grilz, Zurich, Switzerland. Machine 
for the production of arc-welding electrodes. 2,213,481 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Alder, Jenness A. (See Alder, William P., assignor.) 

Alder, William P., Altadena, assignor to P. E. Wood, as 
trustee, Monrovia, Calif. Device and method to test 
radiation of heat from a body. 2,186,948 ; Jan. 16. 

Alder, William P.. assignor to J. A. Alder, Altadena, Calif. 
Cooling and mixing vessel for beverages. 2,191,434 ; 
Feb. 27. 



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Alder, William F., assignor to J. A. Alder, AJtadena, Calif. 
Composition for increasing the thermal emlsslvity of 
a surface and its combination with a surface. 2,209,304 ; 
July 30. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor to The Firestone Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Thread covering ap- 
paratus. 2,206,494 ; July 2. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., Fairlawn, assignor to The Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Cord fabric 
and making the same. 2,207,279 ; July 9. 

Alderman, Van Vernon, Arden, and M. Martin Brubaker 
and W. E. Hanford, Wilmington, Del., assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Esters and their preparation. 2,212,141 : Aug. 20. 

Alderson, Dwight A. (See Sheldon, L. M., Goff, Alderson, 
and Fisher.) 

Alderson, Harold B. (See Tremmel, George B., as- 
signor.) 

Alderson, William T., Brookside, N. J., assignor to 
Ingersoll-Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Load con- 
trolling apparatus for compressors. 2,225,291 ; Dec. 
17. 

Aldham, Thomas E., Providence, R. I., assignor to Flem- 
ing Manufacturing Company. Cartridge for oil filters. 
2,221,465 ; Nov. 12. 

Aldinger, William W., Lansdowne, and W. A. Hall, 
Manoa, Pa., assignor to The Atlantic Refining Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Separation of components of 
liquid- mixtures. 2,222,645 ; Nov. 26. 

Aldous, William H., Wembley, England, assignors to The 
Mo Valve Company, Limited. Electron discharge de- 
vice. 2,191,903; Feb. 27. 

Aldox Corporation. (See Pratt, William B., assignor.) 

Aldrich, Charles H., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to The 
American Metal Company, Limited, New York, N. Y. 
Stool for molds for casting metal. 2,185.390 ; Jan. 2. 

Aldrich, Robert B. (See Mclnnis, D. K., and Aldrich.) 

Aldridge, Blair G. (See Gard, E. W., and Aldridge.) 

Aldridge, Mort B., et al. (See Hamblin, Ed, assignor.) 

Alesi, John. (See Fener, A., and Alesi.) 

Alessandroni, Hugh V., assignor to National Lead Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Preparing composite pigments. 
2,212,629 ; Aug. 27. 

Alessandroni, Hugh V., assignor to National Lead Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of purified pig- 
mentary alkaline earth metal sulphates. 2,215,866 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Alessio, Emilio, Alessandria, Italy. Protecting cap for 
the vales of pressure gas bottles. 2,216,717 ; Oct. 8. 

Alex, Anastasius G. (See Sargent, E. H., and Alex.) 

Alexander, Adolphus A., et al. (See Armstrong, N. H., 
and Marr.) 

Alexander, Armstead M., Independence, Mo. Introduc- 
ing a flavoring ingredient into a frozen comestible. 
2.190,226 ; Feb. 13. 

Alexander, Claude H. (See Garvey, B. S., and Alexander.) 

Alexander, Claude H., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Poly- 
vinyl halide compositions. 2,193,613 ; Mar. 12. 

Alexander, Claude H., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Plasti- 
cizer. 2,193,614; Mar. 12. 

Alexander, Claude H., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, Ncav York, N. Y. Plasti- 
cized polyvinyl halldes. 2,193,662 ; Mar. 12. 

Alexander, Claude H., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Poly- 
vinyl halide compositions. 2,222,928 ; Nov. 26. 

Alexander, Clive M., Tulsa, Okla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gyro Process Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Converting heavy mineral oils into lighter oils. 
2,200,463; May 14. 

Alexander, David A., Rochester, N. Y. Pipe stock. 
2,198.693 ; Apr. 30. 

Alexander, Donald F. (See Henney, C. F., Alexander, and 
Paulus.) 

Alexander, Donald F., C. P. Henney, and C. L. Paulus, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. 
Refrigerating apparatus. Re. 21,503 ; July 9. 

Alexander, Earl C, Glen Ellyn, assignor to Massey Con- 
crete Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cribbing. 
2,197,960 : Apr. 23. 

Alexander, Elias C, San Francisco, Calif. Float switch. 
2,189,456 ; Feb. 6. 

Alexander, Focsaneanu, New York, N. Y,, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Argco Tube and Television Cor- 
poration. Gaseous conduction lamp. 2,203,482 ; 
June 4. 

Alexander, Ford I., Whittier, assignor of one-half to H. S. 
Richmond, Los Angeles, Calif. Casing perforating gun. 
2,192,591 ; Mar. 5. 

Alexander, George, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Making laminated articles. 
2,218,373 : Oct. 15. 

Alexander, Harry, New York, N. Y. Sign making outfit 
and welder. 2,196,514 : Apr. 9. 

Alexander, Henry L., Wilmington, Del., and W. B. Foulke, 
Media, Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Dela- 
ware Chemical Engineering and Development Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for washing. 2,193,957 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Alexander, Horace W., assignor to American Sterilizer 
Company, Erie, Pa. Removable optical system for 
luminaries. 2,226,300 ; Dee. 24. 



Alexander, James N., Birmingham, Ala. Saw handle 
and measuring device. 2,188,027 : Jan. 23. 

Alexander, James R., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Control system. 2,218,390 : 
Oct. 15. 

Alexander, Lowell M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Nu- 
tone Chimes Inc., New York, N. Y. Musical chime. 
Re. 21,370 ; Feb. 20. 

Alexander, M. H., administrator. (See Senecal, Ephraim 
A.) 

Alexander & Marr, et al. (See Armstrong, N. H., and 
Marr, assignors.) 

Alexander, Milton, Richmond Hill, and F. Wiesler, 
Jamaica, N. Y., assignors to Suburban Bronze Works, 
Inc., Metal window with metal weather strips. 
2,212,221 ; Aug. 20. 

Alexander, Paul, Huyton, near Liverpool, and P. C. Barnes, 
St. Helens, assignors, to Pilkington Brothers Limited, 
Liverpool, England. Gland for vacuum chambers. 
2,215,449 ; Sept. 24. 

Alexander, Richard E., New York, N. Y. Fire extin- 
guisher. 2,207,965 ; July 16. 

Alexander, Theodore D., Atlanta, Ga. Card table tray. 
2,185,907 : Jan. 2. 

Alexander, Thomas F. N., Stoke Bishop, Bristol, England. 
Braking of wheeled vehicles. 2,196,951 ; Apr. 9. 

Alexander, William M., Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union 
of South Africa, assignor to Sullivan Machinery Com- 
pany, Claremont, N. H. Rock drill. 2,217,535 ; Oct. 8. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Protective system for 
electric valve translating apparatus. 2,186,815 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 
2,190.759 ; Feb. 20. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve convert- 
ing system. 2,193,912; Mar. 19. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve frequency 
converting system. 2,193,913 ; Mar. 19. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric valve frequency 
converting system. 2,193,914 ; Mar. 19. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Asynchronous electric 
power transmission system. 2,207,570 : July 9. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric power transmis- 
sion system. 2,208.183 ; July 16. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric power trans- 
mission system. 2,213,945 ; Sept. 10. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Excitation control sys- 
tem for synchronous machines. 2,215,312 ; Sept. 17. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve convert- 
ing system and control circuit therefor. 2,215,313 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Protective system. 
2,222,696 ; Nov. 26. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric power con- 
verting apparatus. 2.225,328 : Dec. 17. 

Alexanderwerk A. Von Der Nahmer Aktiengesellschaft. 
(See Scherbaum, Bernhard, assignor.) 

Alexandrescu, Alexander M., Cleveland, Ohio. Heavy 
duty piston. 2.195,552 ; Apr. 2. 

Alexandrescu, Alexander M., Cleveland, Ohio, Piston con- 
struction. 2,200,015 ; May 7. 

Alfandre, Harry. (See Ineson, Clifton H., assignor.) 

Alfisi, Giuseppe, Brooklyn, N. Y. Air heater for furnaces, 
2,212,311 ; Aug. 20. 

Alfol Insulation Company. (See Sibley, Leon T., as- 
signor.) 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Reentrant network. 
2,190,131; Feb. 13. 

Alford. Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Directional antenna array. 
2,195,880; Apr. 2. 

Alford, Andrew, San Mateo, Calif., assignor to Mackay 
Radio & Telegraph Company. New York, N. Y. Multi- 
frenuency directive antenna array. 2,207,039 : July 9. 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio & Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Producing an effective 
short circuit. 2,223,160 ; Nov. 26. 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. High frequency transmis- 
sion network. 2,226,686 ; Dec. 31. 

Alford, Andrew, San Mateo, Calif., assignor to Mackay 
Radio & Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Uni- 
directional V-type antenna system. 2,226,687 : Dec. 31. 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Wave transmission sys- 
tem. 2,226,688; Dec. 31. 

.llframine Corporation. (See Mauersberger, Ernst A., 
assignor.) 

Alfred, Lawrence W. (See Merrill. M. S., and Alfred.) 

Alfs, John B., Shickley, Nebr. Ensilage cutter. 2,188,522; 
Jan. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Algarsson, Grettir, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Syn- 
chronizing mechanism for aircraft engines. 2,224,177 ; 
Dec. 10. 

Algin Corporation of America. (See Le Gloahec, V. C. E., 
and Herter, assignors.) 

Alibert, Jean M., Tassin, France, assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Syn- 
thetic fibers and producing same. 2,211,920 ; Aug. 20. 

Alig, John P., assignor to Sargent-Gerlje Company, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Preparing a casein solution. 
2,200,353 ; May 14. 

Alison, Noah L., assignor to American Blower Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Variable-speed hydraulic coupling. 
2,187,069 ; Jan. 16. 

Alison, Noah L., assignor to American Blower Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Cooling ribs-scoop controlled cou- 
pling. 2,202,243 ; May 28. 

Aljian, Karnig, Jersey City, N. J. Garment hanger at- 
tachment. 2,187,535 ; Jan. 16. 

Alkan, Robert, Paris, France. Automatic steering device. 
2,204,290 ; June 11. 

Alkan, Robert, Paris, France. Automatic pilot device. 
2,221,748 ; Nov. 19. 

Alkan, Itobert, Paris, France. Pneumatic follow-up 
control. 2,226,191 ; Dec. 24. 

All America Cables, Incoporated. (See Connery, Alder 
F., assignor.) 

Allan, Archibald, Tynemouth, assignor to A. Reyrolle & 
Company Limited, Hebburn-on-Tyne, England. Liquid- 
insulated electric circuit breaker. 2,214,518 ; Sept. 10. 

Allan, Benjamin W., Baltimore, assignor to American 
Zirconium Corporation, St. Helena, Baltimore, Md. 
Preparation of titanium dioxide pigments. 2,188,259 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Allan, Edward T., Cincinnati, Ohio. Spool and tube ap- 
plicable thereto. 2,186,133 ; Jan. 9. 

Allan, George W., and A. H. Simpson, assignors to Inter- 
type Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typographical com- 
posing machine. 2,199,772 ; May 7. 

Allan, John. (See Wrathall, R. T., Allan, and Wain- 
wright. ) 

Allan, Robert E. (See Waeschle, A., and Allan.) 

Allan, Stuart R., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Flushed electrical pre- 
cipitator. 2,214,649 ; Sept. 10. 

Allard, Hugh E., Matfield Green, Ivans. Scaffolding jack. 
2,219,971 ; Oct. 29. 

AUardt, Hans-Georg. (See Junkmann, K., and AUardt.) 

Allardt, Julius, Altona-Blankenese, Germany. Recording 
apparatus. 2,201,515 ; May 21. 

AUbright, Edwin F., WoUaston, assignor to Grid Flat 
Slab Corporation, Boston, Blass. Concrete construc- 
tion. 2,196,158 ; Apr. 2. 

AUbright-Nell Co. (See Ozouf, Arthur E., assignor.) 

Allcock, Harold J. (See Osborne, T. L., and Allcock.) 

Alldritt, Roy H., Miami, Fla. Dog racing lure apparatus. 
2,197,446 ; Apr. 16. 

Allee, Tillman C, Lyons, Ind. Fence machine. 
2,225,382 ; Dec. 17. 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. (See Batcheller, 
Clements, assignor.) 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. (See De Vries, 
Ralph P., assignor.) 

Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. (See Webber, Owen 
T., assignor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Browne, Vere B., as- 
signor. ) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Scharschu, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Allemann, Hugo, Bettlach, Switzerland. Solid fuel 
burning furnace. 2,222,983 ; Nov. 26. 

Allen, Albert. (See Smith, G., and Allen.) 

Allen, Albert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Timing moans. 
2,188,469 ; Jan. 30. 

Allen, Albert S., Gveenburgh. N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Container and blank therefor. 
2,185,391 ; Jan. 2. 

Allen, Arthur S. (See Wiltse, Sumner, assignor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Freeburg, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Megow, G. E., and Thom- 
son, assignors.) 

Allen, C. T. (See Parker, Louis W., assignor.) 

Allen, Charles H. and R. C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Depth 
gauge. 2,210,560 ; Aug. 6. 

Allen, Charles H. and R. C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Outer 
taper gauge. 2,210,561 ; Aug. 6. 

Allen, Charles L., Seattle, Wash., assignor of forty-nine 
one-hundredths to J. H. and C. Hodge, jointly. At- 
tachment clip for clothes hangers. 2,211,998 ; Aug. 20. 

Allen, riiarlps W.. Memphis, Tenn. Structural unit. 
2,225,612 ; Dec. 24. 

Allen, Clyve C, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Polymerization of un- 
saturated aldehydes. 2,212,894; Aug. 27. 

Allen, Clyve C, assignor to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Preparation of acyl sulphides 
and products resulting therefrom. 2,212,895 ; Aug. 
27. 

Allen, Clyve C, San Francisco, and V. E. Haury, El 
Cerrito, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Preparation of unsaturated 
icarbonylic compounds. 2,225,542 ; Dec. 17. 



Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,214,496 ; Sept. 10. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,216,483 ; Oct. 1. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,216,607 ; Oct. 1. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Train direction responsive 
apparatus. 2,225,092 ; Dec. 17. 

Allen, Earle F., Scarsdale, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Stacom Process Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. 
Mechanical dehydration apparatus. 2,196,650 ; Apr. 9. 

Allen, Earle F., BriarcliflE Manor, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Stacom Process Corporation, Long 
Island City, N. Y. Mechanical dehydrator and roller 
mill. 2,196,651 ; Apr. 9. 

Allen, Edward N., and R. L. Hinckley, Springfield, Mass. 
Outlet box closure. 2,204,006 ; June 11. 

Allen, Edward R., Summit, N. J., J. B. Bullitt, Jr., Swarth- 
more, and H. H. Hopkins, Springfield, Pa., assignors to E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Coating compositions. 2,191,947 ; Feb. 27. 

Allen, Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Rudolph 
I. Schonitzer, Shaker Heights, Ohio. Door opening and 
door checking device. 2,219,800 ; Oct. 29. 

Allen, Elijah, et al. (See Riggs, John L., assignor.) 

Allen, Francis V. (See Dillon, W. P., Jr., and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank, and G. Clausing, assignors to Vulcau Cor- 
poration, Portsmouth, Ohio. Shoe construction. 
2,219,404 ; Oct. 29. 

Allen, Frank A., Windsor, assignor to High Duty Alloys 
Limited, Slough, England. Protection of magnesium- 
rich alloys. 2,224,245 ; Dec. 10. 

Allen, Frank B., Lower Merlon Township, Montgomery 
County, assignor to The Allen-Sherman-Hoff Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Impeller for centrifugal pumps. 
2,220,669 ; Nov. 5. 

Allen, Frank B., Lower Merion Township, Montgomery 
County, assignor to The Allen-Sherman-HofC Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Pump shoulder liner. 2,223,653 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Allen, Frank E., Columbus, and H. V. Smith, Newark, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Owens- 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Apparatus and method 
for nodulating fibers. 2,219,285 ; Oct. 29. 

Allen, Frank M., Summit, N. J., assignor to Congoleum- 
Nairn Inc. Flexible smooth surface covering. 
2,224,209 ; Dec. 10. 

Allen & Garcia Company. (See McCollum, Herbert C, 
assignor.) 

Allen, George, Kansas, 111. Heater. 2,203,588 ; June 4. 

Allen, George A., assignor to Anclior Hocking Glass Cor- 
poration, Lancaster, Ohio. Mold. 2,194,538 ; Mar. 26. 

Allen, George M., Swarthmore, H. J. McDermott, Prospect 
Park, and J. W. Pedlow, Chester, assignors to Ameri- 
can Viscose Corporation, Blarcus Hook, Pa. Method 
and apparatus for liquid treatment of rayon. 2,200,197 ; 
May 7. 

Allen, George W., assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Company, 
Boston, Mass. Tube cleaning device. 2,193,999 ; Mar. 
19. 

Allen, George W., assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Company, 
Boston, Mass. Vacuum cleaner. 2,202,788 ; May 28. 

Allen, Harold D., assignor to The Gong Bell Manufactur- 
ing Company, East Hampton, Conn. Toy. 2,198,799 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Allen, Henry A., et al. (See Pratt, Harry P., assignor.) 

Allen, Herbert. (See Abercrombie, J. S., and Allen.) 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Blowout preventer. 2,194,255 ; Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
\s^orks. Multiple seal blowout preventer. 2,194,256 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Ram with tapered wear plates. 2,194,257 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Ram with laminated plates. 2,194,258 ; Mar. 
19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. High pressure multiple plate packing. 
2,194,259 ; Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Single screw blowout preventer. 2,194,260 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Gate valve, seat, and packing. 2,194,261 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, Houston, Tex., assignor to Cameron Iron 
Works. Noncorrosive insert seat. 2,194,266 ; Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, J. A. Tennant, and M. T. Works, assignors 
to Abercrombie Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Valve 
guide. 2,192,425 ; Mar. 5. 

Allen, Herbert, and M. T. Works, Houston, Tex., assignors 
to Cameron Iron Works. Split housing manifold valve. 
2,194,262 ; Mar. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, and M. T. Works, Houston, Tex., assignors 
to Cameron Iron Works. Vertically split housing mani- 
fold valve. 2,194,263 ; Mar. 19. 
Allen, Herbert A., Yeadon, Pa. Sanitary dispenser. 
2,221,749 ; Nov. 19. 



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Allen, Horace C, Marlton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. High frequency amplifier. 
2,185,879 ; Jan. 2. 

Allen, Horace C, Marlton, and G. L. Grundmann, West- 
mont, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
High frequency amplifier. 2,199,604 ; May. 7. 

Allen, Howard C., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Liquid dispenser. 2,192,592 ; Mar. 5. 

Allen Industries, Inc. (See Gordon, Jack C, assignor.) 

Allen, James R., Los Angeles, and M. J. Chapman, Santa 
Monica, Calif. Bolt locking means. 2,221,961 ; Nov. 
19. 

Allen, John C, assignor to Technigraph, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Aid to price estimation. 2,217,881; Oct. 15. 

Allen, John W., assignor of one-half to H. E. Rivard, 
Ecorse, Mich. Combination tool. 2,224,892 ; Dec. 17. 

Allen, Joseph T. L., Oakland, Calif. Periscopic rear view 
device. 2,193,217 ; Mar. 12. 

Allen, Joseph W., assignor to Eclipse Aviation Corpoi'a- 
tion. East Orange, N. J. Indicating mechanism. 
2,204,463 ; June 11. 

Allen, .Joseph W., assignor to Eclipse Aviation Corpora- 
tion, East Orange, N. J. Synchroscope. 2,205,330 ; 
June 18. 

Allen, Lawrence H., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,206,385 ; July 2. 

Allen, Paul E., Niles Center, 111., assignor to R. D. Krueger, 
New York, N. Y. Toy wagon assembly. 2,186,188 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Allen, Raymond E. (See Moe, Cliflford H., assignor.) 

Allen, Raymond P., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. P. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Calcium silicate 
and preparing the same. 2,204,113 ; June 11. 

Allen, Robert H., et al. (See Darling, Louis H., assignor.) 

Allen, Rosslyn C. (See Allen, Charles H., and R. C.) 

Allen, Roy H., Seattle, Wash. Water heating unit. 
2,197,603 : Apr. 16. 

Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Oiling device. 2,185,240 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Allen, Russell E. (See Ware, W. C, and Allen.) 

Allen, Russell G. (See Benoit, J. P., Kinker, Allen, 
Rohrich, and Schreiber.) 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Antirecoil device. 
2,218,189 ; Oct. 15. 

Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 
Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguisher. 
2,206,541 ; July 2. 

Allen-Sherman-HofC Company, The. (See Allen, Frank B., 
assignor.) 

Allen, Stratford B., Arlington, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Mu-Switch Corporation, Canton, Mass. 
Switch. 2,202,681 ; May 28. 

Allen, Stratford B., Arlington, assignor to Tobe Deutsch- 
mann Corporation, Canton, Alass. Mechanically treat- 
ing metal foils. 2,207,995 ; July 16. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Cathode for electron discharge 
devices. 2,204,391 ; June 11. 

Allen, Victor O., Madison, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Cathode for electron discharge 
devices. 2,208,920 ; July 23. 

Allen, Wallace T. (See Jackson, J. G., and Allen.) 

Allen, Walter J., Salina, Ivans. Counterbalance. 
2,199,035 ; Apr. 30. 

Allen, Walter R. (See Hamilton, William F., assignor.) 

Allen, Wilbur C. (See Harvey, L. M., and Allen.) 

Allen, William W., assignor to American Coolair Cor- 
poration, Jacksonville, Fla. Fan mounting. 2,191,418 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Allenbaugh, Ralph, assignor to The Tappan Stove Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Fuel burner and control there- 
for. 2,208,956 ; July 23. 

Allenby, William F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Cooking apparatus. 
2,213,728 ; Sept. 3. 

Aller, Claes B., Copenhagen, Denmark. Planographic 
printing plate. 2,214,950 ; Sept. 17. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Shefileld Gage Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Measuring instrument. 2,216,795 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Shefliield Gage Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Measuring instrument. 2,216,796 : 
Oct. 8. 

Aller, Willis F., and H. L. Rausch, assignors to The Shef- 
field Gage Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Machine tool. 
2,187,961 ; Jan. 23. 

Allerdinp. Alfred, Berlin-Friedrichshagen, and W. Dallen- 
bach, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignors to Julius Pintsch 
Kommanditgesellschaft, I?erlin, Germany. Electro- 
magnetic oscillation apparatus. 2,226,653 ; Dec. 31. 

Alles, Gordon A., Los Angeles, Calif. Medicinal agent. 
2,185,824 ; ,Tan. 2. 

Alles, Richard, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. Farbenindus- 
trle Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Production of water-soluble condensation prod- 
ucts. 2,191,737 ; Feb. 27. 

Alley, Thomas R., assignor of fifty-five per cent to T. 
Gordon. Houston, Tex. Tiltable ring packer. 
2,217,038 ; Oct. 8. 

Allcemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Andreatta, 
Alfons, assignors.) 



Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Bertold, 

Fritz, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Boersch, 

Hans, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Briiche, 

Ernst, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Bfi'iche, E., 

and Steudel, assignors.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Mattiat, 

Oskar, assignor.) 
.lllgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Orthuber, R., 

and Steudel, assignors.) 
Allegemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Orthuber, 

R., Steudel and Mahl, assignors.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Pieplow, 

Hanswerner, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Schenk, 

Dankwart, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Steudel, 

Eberhard, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Steudel, E., 

and Johannesson, assignors.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Steudel, E., 

and Orthuber, assignors.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Tischner, 

Horst, assignor.) 
Allgoewer, Albert. (See Gorbatenko, D. L., and AU- 

goewer.) 
Allgoewer, Albert J. (See Gorbatenko, D. L., and All- 
goewer. ) 
Allgrunn, Carl G., Middleport, assignor to "Friend" Man- 
ufacturing Company, Gasport, N. Y. Dusting appa- 
ratus. 2,204,099 ; June 11. 
Alliance Investment Corporation. (See Pulver, Frank F., 

assignor.) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Harry, Robert J., 

assignor.) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Yanney, George W., 

assignor.) 
Allied Ironfounders Limited. (See Scott, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 
Allied Laboratories, Inc. (See Fisk. Frank B., assignor.) 
Allied Manufacturers, Inc. (See Koppin, E. P., and 

Staub, assignors.) 
xVllied Products Corporation. (See Richard, Clement C, 

assignor.) 
Allied Steel & Conveyors, Inc. (See Hyatt, Floyd A., 

assignor.) 
Allin, George S., Seattle, Wash. Scraper carrier. 

2,214.240 ; Sept. 10. 
Allin, (Jeorge S., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Gar Wood Industries, Inc., Detroit, 

Mich. Bulldozer. Re. 21,447 ; May 7. 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Augustine, 

J. R., and Gorman, assignors.) 
Allls-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dahl- 

strand, Hans P., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dortort, 

Isadore K., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Forrest, 

Frank R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hage- 

mann, John R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Heinrich, 

C. W., and Otto, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Kaegi, 

Emil M., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Knight, 

Earle R., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Konow, 

Otto L., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Jlarsh, 

A. M., and Shaw, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Jlanufacturing Company. (See Maxson, 

Walter L., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See McArn, 

Donald G., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Meyer, 

Walter A., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, 

Rudolph A., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Newhouse, 

Ray C, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring, J. J., 

and Nichols, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring, 

J. J., Rheingans, and Nichols, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Roubal. 

Alexander J., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Schultz, 

Edward H., Jr., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalraers Manufacturing Company. (See Strasser, 

C, and Tanke, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 

Harold, assignor.) 
Allis, Louis, Company, The. (See Fechheimer, Carl J., 

assignor.) 
Allis, Louis, Company, The. (See Smith, Harold L., as- 
signor.) 
Allison, Bartle F., Henderson, and J. F. Justiss, Arp, 

Tex. Valve mechanism. 2,206,215 ; July 2. 
Allison, Douglas, assignor of one-half to V. Lowrie, Fort 

Worth, Tex. Automatic fish catcher. 2,204,560 ; June 

18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Allison, Douglas, Fort Worth, Tex., assignor to K. K. 
Elliott, Los Angeles, Calif. Fishing float. 2,221,437 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Allison, Douglas, assignor of one-half to V. Lowrie, Fort 
Worth, Tex. Casting float. 2,226,331 ; Dec. 24. 

Allison, George N. (See Rose, Carl, assignor.) 

Allison, Harry S. (See Garrison, G. M., Huhn, and 
Allison.) 

Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, assignor to Oak 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 
2,196,433 ; Apr. 9. 

Allison, Kenneth C., Arlington Heights, and E. J. Mast- 
ney, Berwyn, assignors to Oak Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 2,186,949 ; Jan. 16. 

Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, and B. J. Mast- 
ney, Berwyn, assignors to Oak Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 2,186,950 ; Jan. 16. 

Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, and E. J. Mastney, 
Berwyn, assignors to Oak Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Electric switch. 2,206,655 ; July 2. 

Allison, Leslie R. (See Nicholson, F. H., and Allison.) 

Allison, Percy R. (See Cobham, A. J., Allison, and Tripp.) 

Allison, Percy R. (See Cobham, A. J., Johnson, and 
Allison.) 

Allison, Thomas E., assignor to Continental CofEee Com- 
pany, Inc.. Chicago, 111. Bag packing device. 
2,220,139 ; Nov. 5. 

Allison, Willinm L., T'hnenix, Ariz. Lamp standard. 
Des. Re. 21,4.52; May 21. 

Allison, William M. (See Jolinson, C, and Allison.) 

Allison, William M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Oakite 
Products, Inc. Utilization of rnetallo-organic com- 
pounds for treatment of circulating waters and sur- 
faces coming into contact with water. 2,221,339 ; Nov. 
12. 

AllmUnna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Lamm, 
Uno, assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Ek- 
lund, Torsten, assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Lamm, 
U., and Karsberg, assignors.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Tiselius, 
K. G., and Haglof, assignors.) 

Al-lon Manufacturing Company. (See London, Alvin D., 
assignor. ) 

Alloy Casting Research Institute, Inc. (See Harder, O. 
E., and Gow, assignors.) 

Alloy Steel & Metals Company. (See Francis, Paul R., as- 
signor.) 

Alloy Strel and Metals Company. (See Weisgerber, 
Charles F., assignor.) 

AUquist, John W., and O. Oppenlaender, Rome, Ga., as- 
signors to Tubize Chatillon Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Continuous filament formation. 2,198,448 ; 
Apr. 23. 

Allred, Anderson W., Rush City, Minn. Coloring wheat 
products. 2,215,168 ; Sept. 17. 

All-Steel-Equip Company. (See Hallberg, John E., as- 
signor.) 

All-Steel-Equip Co. (See Madden, James J., assignor.) 

Allston, Hugh C, assignor of one-eighth to J. W. Jen- 
nings, Charleston, S. C. Siphon pump. 2,198,401 ; 
Apr. 23. 

Allstrom, Karl-Gustav, Uster, Switzerland. Device for 
regulating the speed of electric motors. 2,196,434 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Allwood, William, Springfield, Mass. Washing apparatus. 
2.208,151 ; July 16. 

Allyn, Robert S. (See Harvey, James W., assignor.) 

Allyne, Edmund E., assignor to Allyne Laboratories, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Refrigeration brine tank and freezing 
means. 2,208,285 ; July 16. 

Allyne Laboratories, Inc. (See Allyne, Edmond E., as- 
signor.) 

Allyne Laboratories, Inc. (See Johnson, Roy W., as- 
signor.) 

Alma Manufacturing Company. (See Kerngood, Allen H., 
assignor.) 

Alma Motor Company. (See Buchner, Cecil, assignor.) 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile 
frame. 2,194,349 ; Mar. 19. 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automo- 
bile frame. 2,222,929 ; Nov. 26. 

Almen, John O., Ferndale, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Push button radio con- 
trol. 2,205,968 ; June 25. 

Almendinger, Paul S., Prospect, Ohio. Apparatus for 
dressing animal hides. 2,197,287 ; Apr. 16. 

Alm^r, Olof. (See Nilsson, Per A., assignor.) 

Almetal Universal Joint (Company, The. (See Morton, 
Charles K., assignor.) 

Almond, John R., Cleveland, and G. W. Upp, Lakewood, 
assignors to The Midland Steel Products Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Power operated brake. 2,219,062 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Almond, Laurence H., Nashville, Tenn. Oxidation of 
crude phosphorus. 2,221,770 ; Nov. 19. 

Almy, Richard, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Lancaster, Pa. Making shoe stiffeners. 2,187,005 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Almy, Richard, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Lancaster, Pa. Shoe stifCener. 2,216,580 ; Oct 1 



Almy, Richard, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company 

H^S'^lo^'"' M^^ , ^^°^ stiffener and making the same. 
z,JlD,ool ; Oct. 1. 

AlnCin, Inc. (See Beck, E. W., and Walker, assignors.) 

i-|S?'AT-„-^-^*^°\. (S'^e Mahler, Alfred C, assignor.) 

2 2^*887 • JUM^I'^"^*^' *^^"^' '^^^^ "^^^^^^ perforator. 

^'2!f89!o9''6'.^''Flb^r ^''''' ""■ ^- ^^*<* '"•^<=^'^*- 
Alons, Luitje, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America. 

?Soi n?i*''\T ^•-.«^- Electrodynamic loudspeaker. 

^^9S?Z' ^'^^^^ ^-'^^t,*^-' executors. (See Windecker, 
Clifton N. and R. E.) ' 

'^^^SP-^b^fll',,?"^^''' Helsingfors, Finland. Operating table. 

J,loo,ooO ; Jan. 9. 
Alpaugh, Albert. (See Gallot, C, and Alpaugh.) 
Alpha Engineering Company, The. (See Cerny, Joseph 

A., assignor.) ' ""ocjju 

Alquist, Francis N (See Slagh. H. R., and Alquist.) 

Alquist, Francis N and H. R. Slagh, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Primary 
xenoxy-alkyl amines. 2,187,723 ; Jan. 23 

Alquist, Francis N., and H. R. Slagh, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Secondary 
xenoxy-alkyl amines. 2,217,660 ; Oct. 15. 

Alquist, Francis N., and H. R. Slagh, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Ethers of 
chlorophenols. 2,221,771 ; Nov. 19 

Alsbrook, Bishop N., Jr., El Campo, Tex. Pickup arm 
construction for phonographs. 2,224,332 ; Dec 10 

Alsop, William G. (See Ashburn, H. V., and Alsop ) ' 

Alspaugh, James S., Portsmouth, Ohio. Power trans- 
mission mechanism. 2,218,838 ; Oct. 22. 

Alt, Cornelius A., Newburgh, N. Y., assignor to E I du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coat- 
ing glass fabric. 2,215,061 ; Sept. 17. 

Alt, Wolfgang. (See Krzikalla, H., and Alt.) 

^^*' F?\i^?^^- (See Morschel, H., Nussler, Krzikalla, 
and Alt.) 

Altamura, Mario S. (See Badertscher, D. E., and Al- 
tamura.) , u i 

Altemus, James p., Roslyn, N. Y. Stabilizing mechanism 
for vehicles. 2,216,930 ; Oct. 8. 

Altendorf, George A., assignor to Giant Grip Manufactur- 
ing Company, Oshkosh, Wis. Pitching shoe. 2,219 972 • 
Oct. 29. 

Altendorf, Joseph M. (See Bolens, H. W., and Altendorf.) 

Altenlarch, Edmund, Neuenhagen, near Berlin, Germany 
Drying method and apparatus. 2,185.760; Jan 2 

Alter, Charles N., Alliance, Ohio. Adjustable camera 
holder for automobiles. 2,219,169 ; Oct 22 

Alterthum, Hans, and M. Pirani, Berlin-Wilmersdorf Ger- 
many, assignors to General Electric Company. Gaseous 
electric discharge lamp devices. 2,199,866 ; May 7. 

Altgelt, Hans. (See Schneider, F., Altgelt, and Neugen- 
bauer.) ^ 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., and C. H. Gemberling, South Bend, 
Ind., assignors to Oliver Farm Equipment Company. 
Harrow. 2,185,880 ; Jan. 2. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 

o.^?^^l' 9^^'^^SS' ^"- Hydrocarbon oil conversion. 
2,211,999 ; Aug. 20. 

^^2^200 016^ Ma^^?"^" ^^^^^^°' "'• Cover mechanism. 

^^iSh Charles D. '(See Eichelberger, G. R., Altick, and 
Wade. ) 

Altick, Charles D., et al. (See Gruendler, William P., as- 
signor.) ' 
Altmayer, Frank. (See Raney, R. M., and Aktmayer.) 
Alton, William H assignor to R. T. Vanderbilt Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Filtering. 2,2027806 • 
May 28. = > , , 

Alton, Williani H assignor to R. T. Vanderbilt Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Filtering. 2,205;331 ; 

Alton, Williara H., Westport, Conn., assignor to R. T 
Vanderbilt Company, Incorporated, New York, N Y 
Coated fibrous sheet materials. 2,213,643; Sept. 3. 

Altorfer Brothers Company. (See Castricone, John A 
assignor.) , -lyj i± ^., 

^^llii^i *^®S"b-5l'"^5; Switzerland, assignor of three- 
tenths to P. Sidler, New York, N. Y. Ski. 2,198,361 ; 

^'1,'i'iS®?' ^'^S^ii Zurich, Switzerland, assignor of one- 
Dec 10 ' ^- ^""^ ^''^- 2,224,568 ; 

^'lih'^.'^ll Il9f,f9t;'A^'r 2''''"''' ''^'''^'' <^''"- 
^TAodtriyfe: '''°""' "'•■^•'Wing drainboard. 

Altvater, Adolf H., University City, Mo., assignor to M. L. 
Dodge, Newbur.vport, Mass. Apparatus for and method 
of re-forming the uppers of shoes. 2,211,042 ; Aug. 13 

Altvater, Arthur W., University City, Mo. Die holder. 
2,202,809 ; June 4. 

Altwegg, Hans, Paris, France, and A. Eichler, Freiburg 
in Breisgau, Germany, assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company. Obtaining crepe effects on fab- 
rics. 2,202,041 ; May 28. 



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Altwicker, Hubert, Bitterfeld, and W. Rosenkranz, Saud- 
ersdorf, near Bitterfeld, Germany, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Magnesium Development Corporation. 
Magnesium base alloy. 2,221,319 ; Nov. 12. 

Aluminium Industrie Aktien-Gesellschaft. (See Irmann, 
Roland, assignor.) 

Alumlnium-Industrie-Aktien-Gesellschaf t. ( See Zurbriigg, 
Bmil, assignor.) 

Aluminium Plant & Vessel Company Limited, The. (See 
Goodman, Hugh F., assignor.) 

Aluminium Plant & Vessel Company Limited, The. (See 
Seligman, Richard, assignor.) 

Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Limited, The. ( See 
Seligman, R., and Goodman, assignors.) 

Aluminum Aircell Insulation Company. (See Karcher, 
Harry C, assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Andrews, R. W., 
Jr., and Iverson, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Arthur, Furman C, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Braglio, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Brooks, Moses E., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Brooks, M. E., 
and Deily, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Burgess, William 
S., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Coffin, Philip T., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Dunn, John H., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Edwards, Junius 
D., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Freeman, Mal- 
colm H., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Hogg, Emerson E., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Jones, John B., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Morrow, John E., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Morrow, J. E., and 
Wall, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Nock, Joseph A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Salisbury, Harry 
J., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Smith, James N., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Stroup, Philip T., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Templin, Rich- 
ard L., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Thomas, John W., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Weir, James, as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company, The. (See Horak, 
Gustave J., assignor.) 

Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Co. (See Fay, Ray H., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Plant & Vessel Companv Limited, The. (See 
Seligman, Richard, assignor.) 

Aluminum Plant & Vessel Company Limited, The. (See 
Seligman, R., and Goodman, assignors.) 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., and H. S. Holt, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Polymerization of epoxy compounds. 2,187,006 ; Jan. 
16. 

Alverson, Albert E., assignor to Greenlee Bros. & Co., 
Rockford, 111. Handle. 2.224,283 : Dec. 10. 

Alves, Alexander L. (See Neill, J. R., and Alves.) 

Alvistur, Oscar, San Francisco, Calif. Airplane 
2 187 295 ' Jan 16. 

Alvord, 'Charles C. (See Flygare, C. G., and Alvord.) 

Alvord, Charles C, assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Grinding wheel truing apparatus. 
2,190,132 ; Feb. 13. 

Alward, Gujf L., Lynwood, and C. T. Lear, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New 
York, N. Y. Apparatus for perforating material. 
2,208,693 ; July 23. 

Alyn. Frederick J., San Diego, Calif. Finger board for 
stringed musical instruments. 2.225,613 : Dec. 24. 

Amaldi, Edoardo. (See Fermi, E., Amaldi, Pontecorvo, 
Rasetti, and Segre.) 

Amalgamated Engineering and Research Corporation. 
(See Becker, Henry E., assignor.) 

Amalgamated Minerals Corporation. (See Butler, Clar- 
ence H., assignor.) 

Amann, Paul E. M. (See Deslion, G. W., and Amann.) 

Amaru, Fortunata. (See Amaru, Liborio, assignor.) 

Amaru, Liborio, assignor of one-half to F. Amaru, Med- 
ford, Mass. Device for preventing the refilling of bot- 
tles and the like. 2,200,761 ; May 14. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Dixie-Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for and 
method of making containers. 2.203,513 ; June 4. 

Amberg, Walter E., assignor to Universal Paper Prod- 
ucts Company, Chicago, 111. Making paper cups. 
2,224,129 : Dec. 10. 
Ambrette. Conrad, assignor to Consolidated Macaroni 
Machine Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Noodle cutting 
machine. 2,220,438 ; Nov. 5. 



Ambrose, Merrill W., assignor of one-half to S. Coty, 
Boston, Mass. Device for sharpening phonograph 
needles. 2,206,932 ; July 9. 

Amco, Incorporated. (See Morton, W. A., and Spencer, 
assignors.) 

Amco, Incorporated. (See Spencer, Howard F., assignor.) 

Amdur, Leon H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Advertising novelty. 
2,185,392 ; Jan. 2. 

Amen, Nicholas C, Glendale, Calif. Ash tray and ciga- 
rette extinguisher. 2,207,040 ; July 9. 

Amend, Fred W., Co. (See Oswalt, Robert J., assignor.) 

Ament, Harry A., Liberty, Mo. Electric razor apparatus. 
2,197,910 ; Apr. 23. 

America National Trust and Savings Association, Bank of. 
(See Bassler, Carlos J., assignor.) 

American Advertising & Research Corporation. (See 
Gold, Sam, assignor.) 

American Air Filter Company. (See Hughes, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

American Air Filter Company. (See Nutting, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

American Air Filter Company. (See Pound, H. W., and 
Rush, assignors.) 

American Air Filter Company. (See Sylvan, Stig G: Son, 
assignor.) 

American Allsafe Company. (See Sterne, Willard F., 
assignor.) 

American Aluminum Ware Co. (See Brucker, Henry, as- 
signor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Albright, Raymond W., as- 
signor. ) 

American Anode Inc. (See Beal, Carl L., assignor.) 

American Anode Inc. (See Hansen, Merrill E., as- 
signor.) 

American Anode Inc. (See Szegvari, A., and Feikert, as- 
signors.) 

American Anodes Inc. ( See Winder, George L., assignor. ) 

American Armanent Corporation. (See Joyce, Bryan P., 
assignor.) 

American Associated Companies. (See Cogburn, Eugene, 
assignor. ) 

American Auto-Felt Corporation. (See Hoagland, Wil- 
liam W., assignor.) 

American Automatic Devices Co. (See Hammerbach, 
R., assignor.) 

American Automatic Devices Co. (See Kovac, Rudolph, 
assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Wittnebel, Arthur 
A., assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hartmann, August, 
assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Schuermann, M. O., 
and Gertsner, assignors.) 

American Bitumuls Company. (See Montgomerie, J. A., 
and Archibald, assignors.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See Alison, Noah L., as- 
signor.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See Anderson, Edward L., 
assignor. ) 

American Blower Corporation. (See Kice, Murray S., 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See PfefEer, H. W., and 
Danz, assignors.) 

American Bosch Corporation. (See Hochstetter, Paul E., 
assignor.) 

American Bosch Corporation. (See Long, Herbert J., as- 
signor. ) 

American Box Board Company. (See Mairson, Robert A. 
and L W.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Grossman, Theo- 
dore C, assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See McGowan, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Mueller, Emil G., 
assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Annich, Milton E., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Cook, E., Huber, and Hewitt, assignors.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Fraula, William S., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Heidenthal, Warren C, assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Spokes, Ray B., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Wilson, Rosser L., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe & Foundry Co., The. (See Young, 
Donald H., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Freeman, J. R., 
Jr., and Tracy, assignors.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Silliman, Horace F., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Smith, C. S., and 
Hook, assignors.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Swift, Clinton E., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Voegeli. Henry E., 
assignor.) 

American Broach and Machine Company. (See Lapointe, 
Elmer J., assignor.) 

American Broach and Machine Company. (See Lapointe, 
Francis J. and E. J., assignors.) 

American Button Sewing Machine Co. (See Lyons, Robert 
L., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



American Cabinet Hardware Corp. (See Aldeen, Gedor 
W., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Ball, Charles O., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Bensel, Duryea, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Blair, James S., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Brennan, Thomas F., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Cox, Herbert F., Jr., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Dalton, Elof E., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Eberhart, Felix, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Erb, George C, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Foss, Fred G., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hill, Howard M., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Holloway, William M., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, J. M., and 
Murch, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, J. M., and 
Pechy, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Hull, Wilson R., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Kienle, Eugene, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Kienle, B., and Wolfe, as- 
signors.) 

American Can Company. (See Kraus, C, and LufEt, as- 
signors.) 

American Can Company. (See Magill, Donald G., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Maher, W. W., and Schoof, 
assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Blurch, John H., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Murch, J. H., and Pechy, 
assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Paynter, Hoi'ace J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Paynter, H. J., and 
Rooney, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Pelosl, Nicholas, assign- 
or.) 

American Can Company. (See Perry, Edmond J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Peters, John F.. assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Rooney, Walter E., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Simpson, Justin, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Snyder, George D., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Sullivan, Richard L., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Taylor, Russell C, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Then, Edward O., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Wardell, William J., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Whitehead, Edward, as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Widell, Magnus E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Willcinson, James W., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Worthington, Everett, 
assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Bitler, W. T., 
Bower, and McBride, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Brittain, 
Kenneth W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Clade, Robert, 
assignor. ) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Dietrichson, 
William P., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ecoff, Fran- 
cis A., assignor.) 

American Car & Foundry Company. (See Euwer, Herbert 
D., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Evans, Morris 
S., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Folmsbee, 
Clyde H., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Haessler, 
Walter M., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Joy, Robert 
W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kepner, 
Robert C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kump, 
Henry, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See McBride, 
John J., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Miller, R. C, 
and Nichols, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Nichols, 
Ralph G., assignor.) 

American Car & Foundry Company. (See Oleksiw, Je- 
rome J., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Pancake, 
Herman H., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Pancake, 
H. H., and Shields, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Schroeder, 
Ernest R., assignor.) 



American Car and Foundry Company. (See Shields, Rob- 
ert A., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Stifnagle, 

William H., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Udstad, 

Sigvald F., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Walp, Charles 

F., assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willoughby, 

Victor, assignor.) 
American Car and Foundry Company. (See Wolf, J. B., 

and Pellnitz, assignors.) 
American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Moore, William 

D., assignor.) 
American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Morgan, Walter 

J., assignor.) 
American Casting & Manufacturing Corporation. (See 

Dietze, Emil, assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Bratz, Otto J., 

assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Burd, Gorman 

C, assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Fleming, 

G. W., and Graham, assignors.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Goetz, Oscar H., 

assignor. ) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Hall, Preston 

M., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Koch, Louis A., 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Rauen, John B., 

assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Reyburn, John 

R., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Reyburn, John 

Robert W., assignor.) 
American Cliain & Cable Company. (See Robinson, 

Harry G., assignor.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Thorp, J. R., 

and Strand, assignors.) 
American Chain & Cable Company. (See Walklet, Mercer 

D., assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Douty, Alfred, 

assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Jones, Frank- 
lin D., assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Mackenzie, 

Franklin H., assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Romig, Gerald 

C, assignor.) 
American Chemical Paint Company. (See Sauliaitis, Al- 
bert J., assignor.) 
American Chlorophyll, Inc. (See Van Sant, Robert H., 

assignor.) 
American Cigarette & Cigar Company. (See Barnes, 

Robert, assignor.) 
American Cleaning Equipment Company. (See De Baugh, 

Robert W., assignor.) 
American Coach and Body Company, The. (See Eckman, 

Meril L., assignor.) 
American Coach & IBody Company, The. (See Larsen, 

Neil P., assignor.) 
American Coach and Body Company, The. (See Troche, 

Herman J., assignor.) 
American Coating Mills, Inc. (See Colbert, Charles C, 

assignor.) 
American Colloid Co. (See Bechtner, P., and Hirsch- 

mann, assignors.) 
American Coolair Corporation. (See Allen, William W., 

assignor.) 

American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company. (See Whit- 
man, Nathan D., assignor.) 

American Crayon Company, The. (See Daniel, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

American Crayon Co., The. (See James, Gordon E., as- 
signor.) 

American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Kieffer, Richard, 
assignor.) 

American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Schwarzkopf, 
Paul, assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Brush, 
John G., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Clark, 
Le Roy V., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See 
Jaeger, Alphons O., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See 
Jaeger, A. O., and Herrlinger, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid & Chemical Corp. (See Zink, Robert, 
assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Ashley, K. D., and 
Clark, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Barnes, Robert B., 
assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Barnes, R. B., and 
Ham, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Barnes, R. B., 
Ham, and Moore, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Bean, James J., as- 
signor. ) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Beardsley, A. P., 
and Parlc, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Berger, John H., 
assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



19 



(See Booth, Robert B., 
(See Bradley, Theodore 
(See Bradley, T. F., and 



American Cyanamid Company. 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company, 

F., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. 

Johnston, assignors.) . 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Brooks, Benjamin T., 

ti s s i '^ii or) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Caryl, Coleman R., 

assignor.) ,_, „, . ^ t t 

American Cyanamid Company, (bee Christmann, L. J., 

and Foster, assignors.) . 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Christmann, L. J., 

and Jayne, assignors.) ,„ ^ ^ ■, t, r^ 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Crawford, Bruce D., 

assignor.) /„ ^ , ■,, t 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Crossley, M. L., 

Kienle, and Amick, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Crossley, M. L., 

Kienle, and Royer, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Crossley, M. L., and 

Shafer, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Daniels, L. C, and 

Kropa, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Durant, A\ alter W., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See English, Jacl^son P., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Flalis, Julius, as- 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Foster, George H., 

assignor.) „ 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Friese, George M., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Garnett, Stanley 

I., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Goldschmidt, H., 

and Neuss, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Grim, John M., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ham, Garnet P., 

assignor.) ^ „ 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Ham, G. P., and 

Barnes, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (bee Hill, Uilliam H., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Hill, W. H., Swain, 

and Paden, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Houpt, Alfred G., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Jayne, David W., Jr., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Landis, Roy H., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Laury> N. A., and 

Beardsley, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z., 

Adams, and Orem, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z., and 

Conn, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z.. and 

Parker, assignors.) 
■ American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z., 

Parker, and Orem, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z., and 

Pierce, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Lecher, H. Z., and 

Scalera, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Light, Donald W., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Light, D. W., and 

Moore, assignors.) 
American Cyanamide Company. (See Mead, H. L., and 

JIaust, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Moore, Leonard P., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Moore, L. P., and 

Roblin, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Moore, William, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Pfister, Haymo V., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Pineo, Orrin W., 

assignor.) " 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Richardson, David, 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ripper, Kurt, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Roblin, Richard O., 

Jr., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Roblin, R. O., Jr., 

and Williams, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Swain, R. C, and 

Light, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Thurston, Jack T., 

assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Wlnnek, Philip S., 

assignor.) 
American Cystoscope Malcers, Inc. (See Held, Joseph E., 

(See Rubens, Harry 



assignor.) 
1 Cj 



American Cystroscope Jlakers, Inc. 

S., assignor.) 
American Dairies Incorporated. (See Smith, L. H., and 

Schnabel, assignors.) 



American Decalcomanla Company. (See Eisenberg, 

George M., assignor.) 
American Decalcomanla Company. (See Pollack, Irwin 

L., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Carey, Ed- 
ward S., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Hopkins, 

Richard M., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Klein- 

knecht, William J., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Lindsay, 

Maxwell H. A., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Muehter, 

Manfred W., assignor.) 
American Duplex Company. (See Schuhmann, Richard L., 

assignor.) 
American Ecla Corporation. (See Schwartz, F. F., and 

Chavannes, assignors. ) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (See von Henlve, 

Edmund J., assignor.) 
American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., and 

Tliomas, assignors.) 
American Electro Jletal Corporation. (See Schwarzkopf, 

H. H., and Kieffer, assignors.) 
American Electro Metal Corporation. (See Schwarzkopf, 

Paul, assignor.) 
American Emblem Company. (See Lindsay, J. D., Wig- 
gins, and Press, assignors.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Bennett, Joseph S., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Koons, Charles V., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Lamond, Robert 

C. assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Lawrence, Howard 

F., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Myers, Charles 

L., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Oberholtzer, Paul 

N., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Dousma, Jacob, as- 
signor. ) 
American Enlta Corporation. (See Helm, Gustav A. M., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Koch, Theodoor, as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Krlek, Peter P., as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Moritz, Adrian J. L., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Sunderland, Alfred E., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See van den Bergh, 

Barcnd, assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Van Laer, Jan A., 

assignor.) 
American Epok Inc. (See Rosenberg, Kurt, assignor.) 
American Felt Company. (See Hately, Furnace H., 

assignor.) 
American Fixture & Showcase Manufacturing Co. (See 

Frenze, Bernard BI., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Melrath, 

Richard H., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Sheridan, 

Harold M., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Wackman, 

Louis B., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Waldo, 

Robert, assignor.) 
American Flange and Manufacturing Company. (See 

Wallach, Carl D., assignor.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Shera, 

John W.. assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The. (See 

Kneisley, R. F,, and Wolfe, assignors.) 
American Folding Umbrella Corporation. (See Okun, 

Edward, assignor.) 
American Forging & Socket Company, The. (See John- 
son, Alvln L., assignor.) 
American Forging & Socket Company, The. (See John- 
son, Andrew L., assignor.) 
American Forging & Socket Company. (See McGregor, 

Thomas A., assignor.) 
American Forging and Socket Company. (See OberhofE- 

ken, Alexander, assignor.) 
American Forging & Socket Company, (See Rhodes, 

Albert J., assignor.) 
American Forging and Socket Company, The. (See Saun- 
ders, Walter S., assslgnor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Barnhart, 

William E., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Cowdery, 

R. H., and Kinnear, assignors.) 
American Fork and Hoe Company, The. (See Lambert, 

John W., assignor.) 
American Pork & Hoe Company, The. (See Scott, Archie 

W., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Taft, Ray- 
mond C, assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Wright, Carl, 

assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See Grove, 

Gerald N., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 
Guendllng, John E., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



(See 



(See 



American Foundry Equipment Company, The. 

Guite, Roy W., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, Tlie. 

Hughes, Edward R., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Minich, V. E., and Grove, assignors.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Peik, Louis D., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Turnbull, David C, assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Unger, Chester E., assignor.) 
American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Parsberg, 

Erili R., assignor.) 
American Gas Service Company. (See Mead, Roy M., 

assignor.) 
American Hair & Felt Company. (See Phillips, Robert 

S., assignor.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Dirrig, Ernest, 

assignor.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See King, Harold D., 

assignor.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Kittner, R. H., 

and Durant, assignors.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Kugler K., asl 

signer.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Schelhammer, 

Herman J., assignor.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Winslow, Francis 

G., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Bernhard, 

Benjamin S., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Dyson, Louis 

M., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Fletcher, 

Irving J., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Hurd, Nor- 
man B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Morgen, 

Sigurd P., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Scanlan, 

Thomas A., assignor.) 
American Hatters and Furriers Co. (See Mercier, War- 
ren C., assignor.) 
American Heat Reclaiming Corporation. (See Kallstenius, 

Torsten K. E., assignor.) 
American Heat Reclaiming Corporation. (See Ljung- 

strom, Ake B., assignor.) 
American Hoist and Derrick Company. (See Campbell, 

Harry L., assignor.) 
American Hoist and Derrick Company. (See Ljungkull, 

Rolf E., assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Butz, Karl, as- 
signor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Mauersberger, Ernst 

A., assignor.) 
American Instrument Company. (See Porter, George K., 

assignor.) 
American Ironing Machine Co. (See Peters, Arthur H., 

assignor.) 
American-La France-Foamlte Corporation. (See Shep- 

pard, Allan G., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Dewey, James M., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company. (See Gerlach, 

Frank A., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ham- 
ilton, Charles E., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Het- 

zer, Russell A., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Johnson, George W., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Kahn, 

Leo M., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Malott, Clifton S., Jr., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

McEwen, N. S., and Ward, assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Neckel, Edmund N., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Pierce, Lucien, assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Shir- 
ley, Harvey J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Vetorino, Frank, assignor.) 
American Lava Corporation. (See Hower, Carl R., as- 
signor.) 
American Lava Corporation. (See Stevens, F. J., and 

Layson, assignors.) 
American Lava Corporation. (See Thurnauer, Hans, as- 
signor.) 
American Lecithin Company. (See Wiesehahn, Gustav A., 

assignor.) 
American Liquid Gas Corporation. (See Brown, Samuel 

B., assignor.) 
American Locker Company Inc. (See Hofmann, George, 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Blunt, James G., 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Burnham, Harry S., 

assignor.) 



(See Finch, Raymond J., 

(See Kiudervater, Julius, 

(See Beid, Charles L., 

(See Schutt, Hermann 

(See Weber, Theodore 

(See Withrow, Paul C, 

(See Ebner, Karl, as- 

(See Gohre, K. R., and 

(See Herbert, Wilhelm, 



American Locomotive Company. 

assignor. ) 
American Locomotive Company. 

assignorj 
American Locomotive Company. 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. 

C, assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. 

R., assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. 

assignor. ) 
American Lurgi Corporation. 

signor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. 

Jordan, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Koolman, Carl ten D., 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Sondermann, Karl, 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girsewald, Con- 
way, Baron, Roesner, and Wohlwill, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girsewald, C. B., 

Roesner, and Barwasser, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Wassermann, Giinter, 

assignor. ) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Wendeborn, Helmut, 

assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Arelt, 

Charles, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Bell, Ar- 
thur, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Beutel, 

Robert J., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Bronander, 

Wilhelm B., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Craggs, 

Ross v., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. 

E. B., and Turrell, assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. 

George, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company, 

Walter P., assignor.) 



(See Crawford, 

(See Dearsley, 

(See Dehuff, 



American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Horgan, 

George D., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Jensen, 

Thormod, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Leary, 

James W., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Naftall, 

Rudolf, v., and H., assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Patterson, 

Morehead, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Podmore, 

Arthur, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Schmidt, 

A. J., and Jackson, assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Shackle- 
ton, Jack, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Van Veen, 

Anton, assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals. (See Gross, Carl G., 

assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Adams, Arthur 

H., assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Holder, Edward 

P., assignor.) 
American Machinery Corporation. (See Sias, Richard, 



assignor.) 
American Magnesium Metals Corporation. 



Erd- 



. (See 

mann, Konrad, assignor.) 
American Magnesium Metals Corporation. 

F., and Schichtel, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

and Fisher, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

L., assignor.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

lard L., assignor.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

H. H., and Felton, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

F., assignor.) 
American Maize-Products Company. 

Kinzinger, and Goodman, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Walsh, 

and Rawlins, assignors.) 
American Maize-Products Company. ( See WolfC, Ottomar, 

assignor.) 
American-Marsh Pumps, Inc. (See Barton, B. D., Adney, 

and Bentley, assignors.) 
American Metal Company, The. (See Aldrich, Charles 

H., assignor.) 
American Metal Company, The. (See Johnson, J. A., and 

Geigel, assignors.) 
American Metal Company, The. (See Muller, F. R., and 

Munson, assignors.) 
American Mills Company, The. (See Lilley, Samuel C, 

assignor.) 
American Mineral Spirits Company. (See Toby, Edward 

M., Jr., assignor.) 



(See Jaburek, 
(See Hellwig, A. P., 
(See Lloyd, Robert 
(See Morgan, Wil- 
( See Schopmeyer, 
(See Walsh, James 
(See Walsh, J. F., 
F., 



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21 



American MonoRail Company, The. (See Coombe, George 
G., assignor.) 

American MonoRail Company, Ttie. (See Harris, Frank 
C, assignor.) 

American Monorail Company, The. (See Miller, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

American-National Company, The. (See Snell, Samuel A., 
assignor.) 

American Oil & Grease Corporation et al. (See Cal- 
laghan, A. J., and McCarthy, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Beitel, Robert J., Jr., 
assignor.) 

American (Optical Company. (See Boeder, P. A. K., Hill, 
and Tillyer, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Cozzens, Charles O., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Cutler, F. R., and 
Peters, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Favre, George C, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Gagnon, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Glancy, Anna E., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Goddu, Lloyd AV., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Goddu, L. W., and 
Wrighton, assignors. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Kinnev, Fay D., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Lehmberg, William H., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Maynard, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Neumueller, Julius F., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Neumueller, J. F., and 
Taylor, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Peck, W. F., and Taylor, 
assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Simonds, Royal H., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Splaine, Edward M., 
assignor. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Styll, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., and 

Moulton, assignors.) 
American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, E. D., JMoulton, 

and Gunn, assignors.) 
American Oxy thermic Corporation. (See Frankl, 

Mathias, assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Bennett, 

Racy D., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Bennett, 

R. D., and Monroe, assignors.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Carlev, 

Joseph L., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Culver, 

Howard P., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Krengel, 

Richard E., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Monroe, 

Charles Z., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Wollen- 

weber, Julius E., assignor.) 
American Paper Goods Company, The. (See Stuhlman, 

William, assignor.) 
American Perfit Crystal Corporation. (See Tobita, 

Toshio, assignor.) 
American Plastics Corporation. (See Parsons, John A., 

assignor.) 
American Platinum Works. (See Koch, T., and Langhans, 

assignors. ) 
American Platinum Works. (See Ledig, Karl K., as- 
signor.) 
American Platinum Works, The. (See Streicher, Johann 

S., assignor.) 

American Playground Device Co. (See De Vaney, Elbert, 

assignor.) 
American Plush & Velvet Pressboard Co. Inc. (See Bass, 

Rubin, assignor.) 
American Pouch Corporation. (See Klein, Louis M., as- 
signor.) 
American Pulverizer Company. (See Griesedieck, Henry 

C, assignor.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitarv Corporation. 

(See Cornell, Edward S., Jr., assignor.)" 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Daly, R. E., and Goerg, assignors.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Daly, R. E., Zuhlke, and Reynolds, assignors.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Donle, Harold P., assignor.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Donle, H. P., and Michaels, assignors.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Fieser, Frank J., assignor.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Goerg, Bernard, assignor.) 
American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 

(See Komroff, P., Lambert, and Terry, assignors.) 



American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 
(See Lambert, R. D., Komroff, and Terry, assignors.) 

American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 
(See Maier, George M., assignor.) 

American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 
(See Terry, Matson C., assignor.) 

American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 
(See Timmis, W. W., and Michaels, assignors.) 

American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation. 
(See Zuhlke, William R., assignor.) 

American Railway Products Co. (See Cooke, George T., 
assignor.) 

American Kayon Company. (See Furness, William H., 
assignor.) 

American Rhinestone Company. (See Moscinl, John, as- 
signor.) 

American Rock Wool Corporation. (See Drill, Daniel C, 
assignor.) 

American Rock Wool Corporation. (See Drill, D. C, 
Whitenaek, and Gregory, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Ashworth, 
James E., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Canfield, 
J. J., and McGohan, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Freeland, 
Charles E., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Hudson, Ed- 
win B., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See McLaughlin, 
William E., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Murphy, 
Alphonsus F., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Coiiipuny. (See Reed, E., as- 
signor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Reed, E., and 
Mizer, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Schlup, 
Ernest G., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Sendzimir, 
Tadeusz, assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Dalkowitz, 
Godfrey, assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Eickemeyer, 
Henry, assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Leifer, M. C, 
and Manvell, assignors.) 

American Safety Seating Company. (See Morgan, E. B., 
and Yost, assignors.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Bottle, Edward K., 
assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Gochnauer, Walter 
E., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See HagemaH, Louis F., 
assignor.) 

American Scale Manufacturing Co. (See Dillon, W. P., 
Jr., and Allen, assignors.) 

American Screw Company. (See Tomalis, Joseph J., as- 
signor. ) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Johnson, Ogden, 
assignor.) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Merkle, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

American Sealcone Corporation. (See Scott, Henry T., 
assignor.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation. (See Clark, Kempton, 
assignor.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See 
Baum, Ewald G., assignor.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See 
Clark, Kempton, assignor.) 

American Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware. (See Mar- 
tin, Harold W., assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Boogaard, J. V., and 
Merrill, assignors.) 

American Seating Company. (See Hanson, Walter M., 
assignor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Merrill, Ralph K., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Morgan, Erving B., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Nordmark, Henry P., 
assignor. ) 

American Seating Company. (See Orton, Merritt K., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Todd, Edwin T., as- 
signor.) 

American Seating Company. (See Todd, E. T., and Hall, 
assignors.) 

American Seating Company. (See Todd, E. T., and Wil- 
sted, assignors.) 

American Securit Company, The. (See Forbes, Lewis 
J.-B., assignor.) 

American Securit Company, The. (See Long, Bernard, 
assignor.) 

American Securit Company. (See Wilson, John, assignor.) 

American Ship Building Company, The. (See Williams, 
Egerton B., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Perkins, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Hershey, 
C. G., and Buck, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lind- 
ner^ Karl A., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lindner, 
K. A., and Di Santo, assignors.) 



22 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Robbing, 
Max, assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Siebert, 
Henry R., assignor.) 

American Smelting & Refining Company. (See Teats, 
Roscoe, assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Wag- 
staff, Richard A., assignor.) 

American Specialty Company, The. (See Berger, R., 
and Ricket, assignors.) 

American Sponge & Chamois Co. (See Riley, Edward C, 
assignor. ) 

American Stay Company. (See Presby, Leroy Q., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Band Company. (See McKee, John R., 
Jr., assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bachman, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor. ) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, W. H., and 
Aurien, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, Robert B., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, R. B., and 
Kulieke, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kinne, Edmund P., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Lamont, John A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Light, David M., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Simanek, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Package Company. (See Behringer, 
Grover F., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Brickman, 
A. E., and Gleason, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Bletso, Bruce N., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Bonds, Albert, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Brickman, Alan E., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Brickman, A. E., and Gleason, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Capouch, Myron E., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Cochenour, John B., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Gleason, G. A., and Hayden, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Hayden, A. P., and Gleason, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Hillix, Foster F., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Johansen, F., and Lloyd, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Jones, Henry W., Jr., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 
King, Alexander J., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See La France, J. A., and Symmes, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Lind, C. M., and Thomas, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Marlborough, J. M., and Morrison, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See McKernan, A. J., and Sabol, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Peskin. Leonard C, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Peterson, T. F., and Riddle, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 
Rice, Joseph A., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The 
(See Sabol, Ernest J., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Thompson, James R., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Wick, Peter S., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Wilkoff, Howard M., assignor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Alexander, Horace 
W., assignor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Jewell, Raymond L., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Brumbaugh, Isaac V., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham, B. E., and 
Frick, assignors.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham, Edward M., 
assignor.) 

American Supercraft Corporation. (See Wiggins, Ed- 
ward J., assignor.) 

American Swiss Company, The. (See Rightmyer, Holden 
W., assignor.) 

American Tap-Bush Company. (See Rice, Frank E., as- 
signor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Borgeson, C. A., Carter, Drake, Groome, and Hanley, 
assignors.) 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Cowan, F. A., and Rhodes, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Creswell, Charles E., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Cunningham, H. J., Groome, Hanley, and Richards, 

assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Desmond, James M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See De 

Wolfe, Donald F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Fisher, D., Parker, George B. and L. L., and Meehan.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hancock, Charles M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Harms, Gordon J., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. ( See Hona- 

man, R. K., and Swart, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hughes, Samuel B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Laube, Otto T., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin, Wade B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Mathews, Eric B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Mitchell, D., and Nyquist, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Nel- 
son, Charles F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Roberts, Leland C, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Rougvie, James F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Sage- 
man, Edward A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Schluter, John J., assignor. ) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Singer, Fred J., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Skib- 

sted, Wesley G., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Southworth, George C, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Swart, Leland K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Talley, Robert R., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Weaver, Allan, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. ( See Weber, 

Edward H., Jr., assignor.) 
American Transformer Company. (See Hunter, Thomas 

T., assignor.) 
American Throttle Company. (See Smith, Bert, as- 
signor.) 
American Tool & Machine Co. (See Tholl, John F., as- 
signor.) 
American Transformer Company. (See Garlick, Walter 

J.. Jr., assignor.) 
American Transformer Company. (See Hunter, Thomas 

M., assignor.) 
American Type Founders, Inc. (See Gudger, Morris 

S., assignor.) 
American Type Founders, Inc. (See Gudger, M. S., and 

Seybold, assignors.) 

American Type Founders, Incorporated. (See Sanford, 
David P., assignor.) 

American Type Founders, Inc. (See Seybold, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

American Type Founders, Incorporated. (See Stobb, 
Anton, assignor.) 

American Tri-Ergon Corporation. (See Vogt, H., Engl, 
and Massolle, assignors.) 

American Utensil Company. (See Bauer, Michael F., 
assignor.) 

American Utensil Company. (See Carson, Robert H., as- 
signor.) 

American Utensil Company. (See McNitt, Willard C, 
assignor.) 

American Utensil Company. (See Rude, S., and Miller, 
assignors.) 

American Utensil Company. (See Scott, Roger A., as- 
signor.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Allen, G. M., McDer- 
mott, and Pedlow, assignors.) 

American Viscose Corporation. (See Martin, Frank B., 
assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Company. (See Gossler, Dietrich, 
assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Company. (See Seibold, Ernst, 
assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. (See Thaler, Wilhelm, as- 
signor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. Inc. (See Kieser, Hugo, 
assignor.) 

American Well & Prospecting Company. (See Anderson, 
Carl M., assignor.) 

American Well & Prospecting Company. (See Duda, 
Oswald, assignor.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Walker, James D., as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



23 



American Window Glass Company. (See Bishop, Freder- 
ic L., Jr., assignor.) 
American Window Glass Company. (See Bishop, F. L., 

Du Bois, and Finnegan, assignors.) 
American Window Glass Company. (See Bishop, F. L., 

and Shoemaker, assignors.) 
American Window Glass Company. (See Bundy, Albert 

J., assignor.) 
American Window Glass Company. (See Shoemaker, 

Charles S., assignor.) 
American Wringer Company. (See Keltie, George E., 

assignor.) 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Depew, 

Harlan A., assignor.) 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Mac- 
Intire, Walter H., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Monk, 

K. H., and Ross, assignors.) 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Warner, 

Munroe F., assignor.) 
American Zinc Products Company, The. (See Gifford, 

L. S., and Maxwell, assignors.) 
American Zirconium Corporation. (See Allan, Benjamin 

W., assignor.) 
Amerise, Anthony D., Coral Gables, Fla. Animafed danc- 
ing toy. 2,208,487 ; July 16. 
Amery, George, London, England. Fuel injection system 
for internal-combustion engines. 2,191,186 ; Feb. 20. 

Ames, Albert H., St. Paul, Minn. Coupler. 2,188,587 ; 

Jan. 30. 
Ames, Arthur D., Lake Bracken, assignor to Outboard, 
Marine & Manufacturing Company, Waukegan, 111. 
Shaft seal. 2,192,426 ; Mar. 5. 

Ames, Billy W., San Francisco, Calif. Insulation strip- 
per. 2,225,200 ; Dec. 17. 

Ames, Burton A., assignor to Lussky, White & Coolidge, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Display device. 2,224,893 ; Dec. 
17. 

Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Movable support. 

2,224,246 ; Dec. 10. 
Ames, Butler, Boston. Mass. Selfrcleaning electric 
cooking apparatus. 2,224,945 ; Dec. 17. 

Ames, Cortlandt F., Jr., Larchmont, assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Shingle. 
2,205,679 ; June 25. 

Ames, John F., Selma, Ala. Bag closure. 2,197,543 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Ames, W. R., Company. (See Folsom, Rolfe A., as- 
signor.) 

Amlck, Chester A. (See Crossley, M. L., Kienle, and 
Amick.) 

Amick, Clair J. (See Hayden, S., and Amick.) 

Amidon, Hugli C, Elyria, Ohio. Skull separator. 
2,217,093; Oct. 8. 

Ammann, Bernard W., and O. L. Bachmann, assignors to 
Wagner Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Winding 
machine. 2,197.117 : Apr. 16. 

Amon, Joseph, Rahway, N. J. Automatic water leveler. 
2,221,293 ; Nov. 12. 

Amorosi, Raoul, Chicago, 111. Trimming guide tool for 
wallpaper. 2,226.796 ; Dec. 31. 

Amory, Robert, Milton, Mass., assignor to Nashua Manu- 
facturing Company, Nashua, N. H. Household blanket. 
2.208,533 ; July 16. 

Amos, James L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Manufacture of ethyl benzene. 
2,225,543 ; Dec. 17. 

Amos, James L., R. R. Dreisbach, and J. L. Williams, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Alkylation of aromatic compounds. 2,198,595 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Amos, James L., and G. W. Hooker, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Jilich. Preparation of 
aldehydes and ketones. 2,208,557 ; July 23. 

Amos, James L., and J. L. Williams, Midland, Mich., 
and H. S. Wlnnicki, Potsdam, N. Y., assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Alkylation 
of aromatic compounds. 2,222,012 ; Nov. 19. 

Ampere X Electronic Products, Inc. (See Senauke, 
Alexander, assignor.) 

Amrhyn. Alphonse. (See Pierson. I. R., and Amrhyn.) 

Ams, Max, Machine Company, The. (See Brenzinger, 
Julius, assignoi'. ) 

Amsbury, George A., Spokane, Wash. Riding trailer. 
2,218,064 ; Oct. 15. 

Amsden. Ralph D., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Control system. 2,227,118 ; Dec. 31. 

Amstuz, John O., Troy, N. Y. Making pile fabric. 
2,223,476 ; Dec. 3. 

Amtsberg, Lester A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Chicago 
Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Impact 
wrench. 2.219.883 ; Oct. 29. 

Amundsen, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Power driven tool. 
2,220,195 ; Nov. 5. 

Amundsen, Ivar, Bygdo, near Oslo, Norway. Refrigerat- 
ing apparatus and method. 2,208,716; July 23. 

Amyot, Louis J. A.. Quebec. Quebec, Canada. Corded 
woven fabric. 2,190,053 ; Feb. 13. 

Amyot, Louis J. A., Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Foundation 
garment. 2,192,427 ; Mar. 5. 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Frick, F. F., 
and Woodman, assignors.) 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Simmons, 
Emmett G., assignor.) I 



Anaconda Lead Products Company. (See Toney, Perry S., 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Boyle, James 
S., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Burby, James 
D., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. (See Kidd, George 
B., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See MacLeod, Lester 

R., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See McConnell, 
Edmond S., assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. (See Olson, John W., 
assignor.) 

Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Wodtke, Hans V., 
assignor.) 

Anastasi, John J., Philadelphia, Pa. Suturing and ligat- 
ing instrument. 2,213,830 ; Sept. 3. 

Anastor, Charles G., assignor to Kimble Glass Company, 
Vineland, N. J. Apparatus for forming stopcock bar- 
rels. 2,204,542 ; June 18. 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Gibbs, John C, 
assignor. ) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Pahls, J. J., 
and Tamm, assignors.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Podel, Abraham, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Scofield, Edgar, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Allen, George A., 
assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Bell, William 
D., assignor.) 

Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation. (See Lavere, Carroll 
K., assignor.) 

Anchor Post Fence Company. (See Smoot, Theophilus H., 
assignor.) 

Ancrum, Robert W. (See Raspe, F., and Ancrum.) 

Andale Company. (See McNeal, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Andelenis, Speros P., Concord, N. H. Game apparatus. 
2,212,766 ; Aug. 27. 

Anderau, Walter. (See Straub, F., and Anderau.) 

Anderau, A\'alter. (See Straub, F., Hauhart, and 
Anderau.) 

Anderle, Robert, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Stereo- 
camera. 2,201,975 • May 28. 

Anders, Thomas J., Portland, Oreg. Strainer for coffee 
makers. 2,225,027 ; Dec. 17. 

Andersag, Hans. (See Bauer, K., and Andersag.) 

Andersag, Hans, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, Germany, assignor 
to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Condensation products of butyrolactones and primary 
amines of the aromatic and heterocyclic series. 
2,187,847 ; Jan. 23. 

Andersag, Hans, and K. Westphal, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of antineuritically 
active products. 2,209,244 ; July 23. 

Anderschitz, Andreas, Vienna, assignor to the firm 
Union (Jesellschaft fiir Metallindustrie, Sils, van de 
Loo & Co., Frondenberg-Ruhr, Germany. Box. 
2,224,846 ; Dec. 17. 

Andersen, Alfred O., Bridgeport, Conn. Polishing ma- 
chine. 2,194,780 ; Mar. 26. 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Coach lock. 2,186,058 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Coach lock. 
2.212,000 : Aug. 20. 

Andersen, Arthur H., and J. E. Renaud, Shawinigan 
Falls, Quebec, assignors to Shawinigan Chemicals 
Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Coke production. 
2,209,255 ; July 23. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury sul- 
phonates and making them. 2,215,457 ; Sept. 24. 

Andersen, Christian S., assignor to Pennsylvania Furnace 
& Iron Co., Warren, Pa. Automatic safety pilot. 
2.185,423; Jan. 2. 

Andersen. Christian S., and A. L. Schellhammer, assign- 
ors to Pennsylvania Furnace & Iron Co., Warren, Pa., 
Air heating furnace. 2,194,733 ; Mar. 26. 

Andersen, Elmer M., Dallas, Tex. Combination air con- 
ditioner and ventilator. 2,207,770 ; July 16. 

Andersen, Hans J. (See Swenson, W. E., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Herbert H., Beverly, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Time switch. 2,200,110 ; 
May 7. 

Andersen, Herbert H., Beverly, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Time switch alarm. 2,202,721 ; 
May 28. 

Andersen, Jacob S., Pasadena, and W. C. Putnam, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Perforator. 2,195,477 ; Apr. 2. 

Andersen, Joakim TJ. F., Charlottenlund, near Copen- 
hagen, Denmark, assignor to F. L. Smidth & Company, 
New York, N. Y. Self-synchronous control system. 
2,203.854 ; June 11. 

Andersen, Laurits, assignor to T. J. Edwards, Inc.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. Marking machine. 2,201.465 ; May 21, 

Andersen, Leif. (See Fredrickson, E. A., Andersen, Van 
Sciver, and Zinkil.) 

Andersen, Leif, and E. A. Fredrickson, Chicago, and R. H. 
Zinkil. Oak Park, 111. Actuating mechanism for a 
plumbing fixture, 2,188,562 ; Jan, 30. 



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Andersen, Leif, and E. A. Fredrickson, Chicago, and R. H. 
Zinkll, Oak Park, 111. Actuating mechanism for a 
plumbing fixture. 2,198,853 ; Apr. 30. 

Andersen, Leif, and E. A. Fredrickson, Chicago, T. P. 
Newman, Geneva, 111., H. R. Van Sciver, Trenton, N. J., 
and R. H. Zinkil, Oak Park, 111. Folding closet bowl. 
2,219.437 ; Oct. 29. 

Andersen, Nils G., Walnut Creek, Calif. Machine for hull- 
ing nuts. 2,208,239 ; July 16. 

Andersen, Norman D., assignor of one-half to R. B. Laird, 
Flint, Mich. Speed and power changing device. 
2,220,196 ; Nov. 5. 

Andersen, Olaf H., Westwood, Calif. Insole. 2,217,882 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Andersen, Oscar W., Plossmoor, assignor to Pettibone 
Mulliken Corporation, Chicago, 111. Railway switch 
piston and cylinder device. 2,191,246 ; Feb. 20. 

Andersen, Soren K., assignor to Young Radiator Company, 
Racine, Wis. Distributor head for evaporators. 
2,220,595 ; Nov. 5. 

Andersen, Torild. (See Linde, L. J., and Andersen.) 

Andershock, Chester E., assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Conveyer. 2,197,169 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Anderson, Adolph C. G. (See Anderson, John C. A. and 
A. C. G.) 

Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Reynolds, Charles H., assignor.) 

Anderson, Alfred. (See Davidson, W. W., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Alfred E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bearing. 
2,216,726 ; Oct. 8. 

Anderson, Alfred H., J. A. Fitch, and C. W. Straubel, 
Youngstown, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Acme Visible Records, Inc., Chicago, 111. Apparatus 
for automatically making and assembling filing cards. 
2,188,994; Feb. 6. 

Anderson, Alfred J., Akron, Ohio. Contact attachment for 
electrical connections. 2,203,122 ; June 4. 

Anderson, Alfred J., and G. Hill, Takapuna, Auckland, 
assignors to D. Bennett, V. Jacobsen, A. D. L. Griffiths, 
and themselves, Auckland, New Zealand. Gas burner. 
2,187,674 ; Jan. 16. 

Anderson, Algot., Denver, Colo., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for 
sealing containers. 2,227,171 ; Dee. 31. 

Anderson, Alvin H., Detroit, Mich. Dustpan. 2,219,216 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Translucent 
petroleum plastic. 2,202,466 ; May 21. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Asphalt prep- 
aration. 2,223,776 ; Dec. 3. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Manufacture of 
asphalt from waxy mineral oils. 2,224,372 ; Dec. 10. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Alton, 111., assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Extrac- 
tion process. 2,225,396 ; Dec. 17. 

Anderson, Alvin P., and AV. K. Nelson, Wood River, 111., 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Bituminous composition. 2,197,461 ; Apr. 
16. 

Anderson, Andrew G., et al. (See Caddy, Fred W., 
assignor. ) 

Anderson, Anton, Chicago, 111. Lawn sprinkler. 2,200,017 ; 
May 7. 

Anderson, Arleigh W., Huntington Park, Calif., assignor 
to Peabody Engineering Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Refractory burner throat. 2,192,682 ; Mar. 5. 

Anderson, Arthur, Ossining, and T. F. Burke, New York, 
N. Y. Railway car. 2,219,286 ; Oct. 29. 

Anderson, Arthur M., Chicago, 111. Mop. 2,203,451 ; 
June 4. 

Anderson, Arthur R., North Arlington, N. J. Shoe tree. 
2,191,785 ; Feb. 27. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker control system. 
2,185,825 : Jan. 2. 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. System of electric distributors. 
2,202,722 ; May 28. 

Anderson, Austin E., assignor to Anderson Milker Co., 
Inc., Jamestown, N. Y. Portable milking machine. 
2,226,087 ; Dec. 24. 

Anderson, Ben F., Shreveport, La., assignor to Libbey- 
Owens-Ford Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Glass cut- 
ting apparatus. 2,200,975 ; May 14. 

Anderson, Bernadlne, executrix. (See Anderson, How- 
ard P.) 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Subframe member for 
velocipedes. 2,188,561 ; Jan. 30. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Combination fork 
and fender for velocipedes. 2,198,146 ; Apr. 23. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Velocipede frame. 
2.202,282 : May 28. 

Anderson-Boiling Mfg. Co. (See Anderson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Carl. (See Loeb, C, Gilman, and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl E., East Orange, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Mfg. Co., Bloomfield, N. J. Buckle. 2,189,574; 
Feb. 6. 

Anderson, Carl E., assignor to Anderson-Boiling Mfg. Co., 
Grand Haven, Mich. Door latch. 2,209,551 ; July 30. 



Anderson, Carl G. H., and I. K. Fog, assignors to San- 
gamo Company Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Adjustable mounting for electric motors. 2,202,413 ; 
May 28. 

Anderson, Carl M., Corsicana, Tex., assignor to American 
Well & Prospecting Company. Reverse clutch, 
2,199,582 ; May 7. 

Anderson, Carl M., Corsicana, assignor to American Well 
& Prospecting Company, Navarro County, Tex. Adjust- 
able engine skid. 2,204,877 ; June 18. 

Anderson, Carl O. (See Abbott, F. C, and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to The Griswold Manufactur- 
ing Company, Erie, Pa. Pipe perforating device, 
2,216,288 ; Oct. 1. 

Anderson, Carl T., Darien, Conn. Desk. 2,215,657 ; Sept. 
24. 

Anderson, Cecil R., assignor to Martin-Hardsocg Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Support for mine roofs. 
2,210,788 ; Aug. 6. 

Anderson, Charles B., et al. (See Reynolds, Robert E., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Charles J., Jr., deceased, Jamestown, N. Y. ; 
E. W. Anderson, executrix, assignor to E. W. Carlson. 
Power transmission. 2,207,496 ; July 9. 

Anderson, Charles M. (See Namur, C. A., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Charles R., Rock Island, 111. Display case. 
2,185,393 : Jan. 2. 

Anderson, Christ, Ontonagon, Mich. Steering device for 
skis or coasting devices. 2,220,634 ; Nov. 5. 

Anderson, Christ, assignor of one-third to C. A. Willman 
and one-third to R. Muskatt, Ontonagon, Mich. Tooth- 
pick dispenser. 2,203,765 ; June 11. 

Anderson, Christian L. (See Clark, H. A., Miller, Fowler, 
Anderson, and Brenner.) 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Purifica- 
tion of manganese. 2,221,622 ; Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of manganese. 2.221.623 ; Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, (Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of manganese alloys. 2,221,624 ; Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of manganese alloys. 2,221,625 ; Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of manganese. 2,221,626 ; Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Clarence T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Alloys of 
manganese, chromium, iron, and boron. 2,221,627 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Anderson, Claude D., Jr., Memphis, Tenn. Valve con- 
trol. 2,205,512 ; June 25. 

Anderson, Clayton G., Portland, Oreg. Governor for 
thermostats. 2,224,210 ; Dec. 10. 

Anderson Coach Co. (See Anderson, Rex R., assignor.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Boddy, Leonard, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Smulski, Theodore J., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Douglas G. (See Anderson, George P. and 
D. G.) 

Anderson, Dwight M., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Standard Products Com- 
pany, Port Clinton, Ohio. Ejecting means for thermo- 
plastic molds. 2,186,160 ; Jan. 9. 

Anderson, Dwight M., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Standard Products Com- 
pany, Port Clinton, Ohio. Eliminating the weld line 
during thermoplastic molding. 2,191,703; Feb. 27. 

Anderson, Dwight M., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Standard Products Com- 
pany, Port Clinton, Ohio. Molding and ejecting means 
for threaded articles. 2,217,661 ; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, Dwight M., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Standard Products Company, 
Port Clinton, Ohio. Making thermoplastic trim. 
2,223,346 ; Dec. 3. 

Anderson, E. H. (See Schultz, Vinton W., assignor.) 

Anderson, Earl I., Bayside, Long Island, N. Y., assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Visual signal carrier 
indicator. 2,194.516 ; Mar. 26. 

Anderson, Earl I., Bayside, and G. Blountjoy, Manhasset, 
N. Y., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. In- 
terference rejection circuit. 2,204,954 ; June 18. 

Anderson, Edmund B., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Universal joint. 2,204,745 ; 
June 18. 

Anderson, Edmund E., Pleasant Ridge, assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Front fender 
construction. 2,207,366 ; July 9. 

Anderson, Edward E., Loma Linda, Calif. Machine for 
forming the bottoms of bags. 2,205,005 ; June 18. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2,185,718 ; .Tan. 2. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Dust collector. 2,188,547 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to American Blower 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Air handling and dust 
collecting mechanism. 2.219,377 ; Oct. 29. 



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Anderson, Edward L., Grosse lie, assignor to American 
Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2,225,406 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Anderson, Edward M. (See Dodd, H. D., Anderson, and 
Parker.) 

Anderson, Elmer, Los Angeles, Calif. Arch lift attach- 
ment for ice skates. 2,197,170 ; Apr. 16. 

Anderson, Emil E. W., Lidingo, assignor to Svenska 
Aktiebolaget Gasaccumulator, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Apparatus for administering anesthesia. 2,225,201 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Anderson, Eric W. (See Doering, Charles, and H. H., 
Anderson, and Skoglund.) 

Anderson, Ernest E., et al. (See Upton, Richard C, 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Ernest E., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to 
Baash-Ross Tool Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Inside 
tubing cutter. 2,208,011 ; July 16. 

Anderson, Evald, San Marino, assignor to Western Pre- 
cipitation Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Cleaning 
of gases. 2,192,172 ; Mar. 5. 

Anderson, Evald, San Marino, assignor to International 
Precipitation Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Electrical 
precipitation. 2,199,390; May 7. 

Anderson, Evan R., Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. Hat 
manufacture. 2,196,887 ; Apr. 9. 

Anderson, Floyd E., assignor to National Sewing Machine 
Company, Belvidere, 111. Sewing machine spooler drive 
release means. 2,190,760 ; Feb. 20. 

Anderson, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Tape dispenser and 
cutter. 2,203,073 ; June 4. 

Anderson, Frank W. (See Stafford, W. K., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Frithiof B., Long Branch, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Feedback amplifier circuit. 2,210,997 ; Aug. 13. 

Anderson, Frithiof B., Long Branch, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Negative feedback amplifier circuit. 2,223,161 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Anderson, George, Chicago, 111. Incinerator. 2,208,488 ; 
July 16. 

Anderson, George A. (See Swift. W. E., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, George K., and E. A. Taylor, Pittsburgh, and 
J. B. Fishel, Oakmont, assignors to The Neville Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Production of resins from alde- 
hydes and aromatic hydrocarbons. 2,200,762 ; May 14. 

Anderson, George K., and E. A. Taylor, Pittsburgh, and 
J. B. Fishel, Oakmont, assignors to The Neville Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Production of aldehyde-aro- 
matic hydrocarbon resins. 2,200,763 ; May 14. 

Anderson, George P. and D. G., assignors to The Standard 
Computing Scale Company, Detroit, Mich. Food grind- 
er. 2,211,842 ; Aug. 20. 

Anderson, George Y., Jr., and T. Davidson, Milwaukee, 
and B. L. Lonngren, assignors to Bucyrus-Erie Com- 
pany, South Milwaukee, Wis. Lock for propelling ma- 
chinery. 2,188,328; Jan. 30. 

Anderson, Gilbert V., Philadelphia, Pa. Temperature 
compensating device. 2,206,523 ; July 2. 

Anderson, Gilbert V., Philadelphia, Pa. Increasing the 
range of hydraulic flow. 2,206,524 ; July 2. 

Anderson, Gustaf W., North Quincy, assignor to Pneu- 
matic Scale Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. En- 
velope machine. 2,213,729 ; Sept. 3. 

Anderson, Gustaf W., North Quincy, assignor to Pneu- 
matic Scale Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. Car- 
ton sealing machine. 2,224,716 ; Dec. 10. 

Anderson, Harlev E., Chicago, 111. Brake rigging. 
2.187,993 ; Jan. 23. 

Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to 
W. F. White, Fort Worth, Tex. Car brake. 2,196,242 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Anderson, Harry. (See Breitbarth, A. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Harry E., La Junta, Colo. Force feed lubri- 
cator. 2,204,878 ; June 18. 

Anderson, Henry, Swissvale, Pa. Adjuster for hydraulic 
brakes. 2,193,385 ; Mar. 12. 

Anderson, Hilding K. (See Tuoro, J. B., Van Gorder, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Homer G., Newtonville, assignor to Raytheon 
Production Corporation. Newton, Mass. Getter tab for 
vacuum tubes. 2,209,870 ; July 30. 

Anderson, Howard P., deceased, Erie, Pa. ; B. Anderson, 
executrix, Dallas, Tex., assignor to The Standard 
Stoker Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Stoker. 
2,204,541 ; June 18. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for butt-welding pipes and tubing. 2,196,180 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Pipe or tube welding. 2,197.961 ; Apr. 23. 

Anderson. James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for making welded pipes and tubes. 
2,197.962 ; Apr. 23. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Welding apparatus. 2,197,963 ; Apr. 23. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, assignor to Air Reduction 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for removal of surface metal from slabs, billets, or the 
like. 2,200,816 ; May 14. 



Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tube 
welding apparatus. 2,203,319 ; June 4. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus and method of forming and welding tubes. 
2,203,855 ; June 11. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Method of welding. 2,209,372 ; July 30. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appara- 
tus for welding. 2,209,373 ; July 30. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cutting 
apparatus. 2,211,224 ; Aug. 13. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Welding. 2,218,570 ; Oct. 22. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for making pipe or tubing. 2,223,438 ; Dee. 3. 

Anderson, James N., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
The Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, 
N. Y. Tape controlled contact device. 2,195,394 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Anderson, James W., Jr., assignor to Monarch Governor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Governor. 2,209,374 ; July 
30. 

Anderson, Jessie V. (See Anderson, Simon and J. V.) 

Anderson, John C. A. and A. C. G., assignors to Reliance 
Elevator Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Safety 
and indicating mechanism for elevators. 2,187,390 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Anderson, John F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Mask- 
ing tape. 2,201,877 ; May 21. 

Anderson, John F., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for solving 
seismographic problems. 2,217,720 ; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pressed Steel Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Dump car. 2,189,336 ; Feb. 6. 

Anderson, John P., Crafton, assignor to Pressed Steel 
Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Dump car. 
2,199,554 ; May 7. 

Anderson, John P., Crafton, assignor to Pressed Steel 
Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Car construction. 
2,213,456; Sept. 3. 

Anderson, John S., Chicago, 111. Hand scraper. 2,219,436 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Anderson, John S., Ontario, Oreg. Fruit basket packing 
device. 2,220,362 ; Nov. 5. 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Productive Inventions, 
Inc., Gary, Ind. Mirror construction. 2,187,582 ; Jan. 
16. 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Productive Inventions Inc., 
Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper. 2,203,346 ; June 4. 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Productive Inventions, 
Inc., Gary, Ind. Shipping and display carton. 
2,212,630; Aug. 27. 

Anderson, Knute G., assignor to J. L. Clark Manufacturing 
Co., Rockford, 111. Metallic jar. 2,196,486 ; Apr. 9. 

Anderson, Lawrence C, assignor to Pullman-Standard 
Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Air condi- 
tioning system for vehicles. 2,193,839 ; Mar. 19. 

Anderson, Leslie D., Carlsbad, N. Mex., assignor to Potash 
Company of America. Concentrating ores. Re. 21,566 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Anderson, Leslie J., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Public address stabilizing sys- 
tem. 2,189.306 : Feb. 6. 

Anderson, Lionel G., et al. (See Minor, Claude A., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Lloyd, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to Na- 
tional Lock Co., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,207,046 ; 
July 9. 

Anderson, Lloyd L., Grand Rapids, assignor to Winters & 
Crampton Corporation, Grandville, Mich. Latch. 
2,186,795 ; Jan. 9. 

Anderson, Louis W., et al. (See Wallace, William H., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Louise M., Oak Park, 111. Attachment for 
ironing machines. 2, 214,] 14; Sept. 10. 

Anderson, Luther E., Jamestown, N. Y. Message device. 
2,192.607 ; Mar. 5. 

Anderson, Malcolm G., and E. D. George, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio, assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Apparatus for processing cord tire fabric. 
2.217,607 : Oct. 8. 

Anderson, Maud L., Aurora, 111. Hinge. 2,217,937 ; Oct. 
15. 

Anderson Milker Co. (See Anderson, Austin E., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Nels A., Stockton, assignor to Fibreboard Prod- 
ucts, Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Making boxes. 
2,197,089 ; Apr. 16. 

Anderson, Nelson F., Los Angeles, Calif. Door mecha- 
nism. 2,217,852 ; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, Neville R., Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Expansible means. 2,198,192 ; Apr. 23. 

Anderson, Norman, Duluth, Minn. Power hammer. 
2,210,020; Aug. 6. 

Anderson, Oscar, Chicago, 111. Combination bait holder 
and fishhook. 2,196,376 ; Apr. 9. 



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Anderson, Otto, Paulsbo, Wash. Canned oil dispenser. 
2,212,704; Aug. 27. 

Anderson, Paul T., Park Ridge, and H. L. Moir, assignors 
to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Soluble cutting 
oil and preparing the same. 2,211,250 ; Aug. 13. 

Anderson, Philip P., Jr., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,203,074 ; 
June 4. 

Anderson Products, Inc. (See Ferguson, Warren T. and 
W. G., assignors.) 

Anderson Products, Inc. (See Shoemaker, R. W., and 
Parks, assignors.) 

Anderson. Ralph H., Boston, assignor to Kinney Manu- 
facturing Company, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Motor start- 
ing organization and friction disk clutch for the same. 
2,198,984 : Apr. 30. 

Anderson, Ralph L. (See Ohler, A. W., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Ralph L., assignor to Deere & Company, Molina, 
111. Thresher. 2,215,990 ; Sept. 24. 

Anderson, Raymond F. (See Cox, Keith M., assignor.) 

Anderson, Raymond T., Berea, assignor to The V. D. 
Anderson Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Expressing oil 
from oil bearing materials. 2,216,658 ; Oct. 1. 

Anderson, Rea V., Los Angeles, Calif. Charcoal produc- 
tion apparatus and process. Re. 21,551 ; Sept. 10. 

Anderson, Rex R., assignor to Anderson Coach Co., Inc., 
Marshall, Mich. Trailer and heating and air con- 
ditioning same. 2,225,244 ; Dec. 17. 

Anderson, Rexford O. (See Carson, A. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Rexford O., assignor of one-half to A. H. Car- 
son, Oklahoma City, Okla. Hydraulic braking appa- 
ratus. 2,219,215 ; Oct. 22. 

Anderson. Rexford O., and A. H. Carson, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. Hydraulic braking apparatus. 2,185,491 ; Jan. 2. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Railway truck. 2,190,761 ; Feb. 20. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Railway truck. 2,190,762 ; Feb. 20. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Railway truck. 2,190,763 ; Feb. 20. 

Anderson, Robert G., Elmira, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Autogiro Company of America. Rota- 
tive winged aircraft. 2,217,883 ; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, Robert J., Bloomfield, assignor to The Vorac 
Company, Newark, N. J. Nail polish. 2,215,898 ; Sept. 
24. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Bone setting splint. 
2,185,322; Jan. 2. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Fracture reducing and 
immobilization splint. 2,200,407 ; May 14. 

Anderson, Russell P., Seattle, Wash. "Venetian blind. 
2,207,393 ; July 9. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Air conditioning 
system utilizing refrigeration. 2,193,152 ; Mar. 12. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Air conditioning 
system. 2,193,153 ; Mar. 12. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Boston, Mass. Air conditioning system 
utilizing refrigeration. 2,204,114 ; June 11. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Boston, Mass. Air distributor, 
2,205,782 ; June 25. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Refrigera- 
tion apparatus for air conditioned passenger vehicles. 
2,212,579 ; Aug. 27. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
X^i^*i, *--°™P^°y' Boston, Mass. Air conditioning system. 
2,218,190; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturtevant 
Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Wet bulb thermo- 
stat control. 2,219,861 ; Oct. 29. 

Anderson, Simon and J. V., Richmond, Calif. Pruning im- 
plement. 2,215,493 ; Sept. 24. 

Anderson, Stanley E., Superior, Wis. Combination ac- 
celerator and brake control. 2,200,685 ; May 14. 

Anderson-Stolz Corporation. (See Rick, G. G., and Loetel, 
assignors.) 

Anderson, Sven V., Manoa, Pa. Display card. 2,208,354 ; 
July 16. 

Anderson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,197,201 ; Apr. 
16, 

Anderson, Thomas F., assignor to The Sanymetal Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Metal partition. 2,192,173 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Anderson, Thomas F., assignor to The Sanymetal Products 
Co., Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Wall sheathing. 2,209,375 ; 
July 30. 

Anderson, Ture I., Merced, Calif. Counter chair. 
2,203,320 ; June 4. 

Anderson, V. D., Company, The. (See Anderson, Ray- 
mond T., assignor.) 

Anderson, Victor E., Tacoma, Wash. Patching veneer. 
2,189,277 ; Feb. 6. 

Anderson, W. Charles, Linden, Calif. Walnut huller. 
2,187,994; Jan. 23. 

Anderson. Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher Company, Nev." York, N. Y. Paper 
carriage for accounting machines. 2,185,424 ; Jan. 2. 



Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Paper 
handling meclianism for accounting machines. 
2,196,487 ; Apr. 9. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Adjustable paper stop for accounting machines. 
2,204,242 ; June 11. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Paper carriage for accounting machines. 2,2()4,243 ; 
June 11. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Accounting machine. 2,209,217 ; July 23. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Key 
for computing and similar machines. 2,210,562 ; Aug. 6. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Taper holding means for computing machines. 
2,214,097 ; Sept. 10. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Paper guiding and holding mechanism for accounting 
machines. 2,216,608 ; Oct. 1. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York. N. Y. 
Paper carriage for accounting machines. 2,226,151 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Ac- 
counting machine. 2,226,960 ; Dec. 31. 

Anderson, William B., West Springfield, Blass., assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. Re. 
21,535 ; Aug. 20. 

Anderson, William B., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerator unit mounting. 
2,195,804 ; Apr. 2. 

Anderson, William B., West Springfield, and G. E. Hanner, 
Springfield, Blass., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Re- 
frigeration apparatus. 2,215,991 ; Sept. 24. 

Anderson, William C, Bromley, Ky., assignor to The 
Trumbull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, 
Conn. Bus bar clamp. 2,218,016 ; Oct. 15. 

Anderson, William C, Bromley, Ky., assignor to The 
Trumbull Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, 
Conn. Circuit breaker for feeder distribution systems. 
2,226.088 : Dec. 24. 

Anderson, William H. L., M. H. King, and A. W. McElroy, 
assignors to The Edwin M. Knowles China Company, 
East Liverpool, Ohio. Pottery-ware processing ap- 
paratus. 2,213,426; Sept. 3. 

Anderson, William J., and S. S. Rosen, assignors to Protex 
Industries, Inc., New York, N. Y. Elastic coating. 
2,203,274 ; June 4. 

Anderson, William M., assignor to F. J. Kerner and him- 
self, Minneapolis, Minn. Electric toaster. 2,195,637 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Anderson, William M., assignor to F. J. Kerner and him- 
self, Minneapolis, Minn. Electric toaster. 2,195,638 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Anderson, William O., Chesley, Ontario, Canada. Auto- 
matic light for spectacles. 2,196,643 ; Apr. 9. 

Anderson, William S., Jr., and G. I. Staber, Williamsport, 
Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Aviation Man- 
ufacturing Corporation. Hot air furnace. 2,215,519 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Andersson, Gustav H., Appelviken, Sweden, assignor to 
The De Laval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. 
Centrifugal separator. 2.197,911 ; Apr. 23. 

Andersson, Gustav H., Broderna Grimms, Sweden, assignor 
to The De Laval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. 
Centrifugal separator. 2,210,054 ; Aug. 6. 

Andersson, Karl, Chicago, 111. Artificial minnow. 
2,223,591 ; Dec. 3. 

Andersson, Nils, assignor to Aktiebolaget Akerlund & 
Rausing, Malmo, Sweden. Inking device for printing 
machines. 2,218,945 ; Oct. 22. 

Andersson, Nore, assignor to Aktiebolaget Gotaverken, 
Goteberg, Sweden. Panel holding construction. 
2,208,618 ; July 23. 

Andersson. Per J. E. (See Jordan, L. J., Andersson, and 
Knebusch.) 

Andersson, Per J. E., Lakewood, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for 
handling thread or the like. 2,189,121; Feb. 6. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ice tray. 2,187,141 ; 
.Tan. 16. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,195,293 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Andersson. Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel. Inc., New York, N. Y. Float valve. 2,201,974 ; 
May 28. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel. Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 
2.204,060 ; June 11. 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,208,783 ; 
July 23. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Yorlj, N. Y. Refrigeration. 



Andersson, Sven W. E. 
Serve!, Inc., New 
2,210,613 ; Aug. 6. 
Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Gas burner. 2,212,312 ; 
Aug. 20. 
Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Temperature control 
valve. 2,217,303 ; Oct. 8. 
Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 
2,226,797; Dec. 31. 
Anderton, James J., assignor of one-half to A. Elias, 
Weldon, N. C. Flame-operable switch. 2,219,973 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Andia, Laurencio A., Boston, Mass., assignor to Companla 
Industrial Del Caucbo, Sociedad An6nima Commercial 
6 Industrial, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Manufactur- 
ing rubber soled footwear. 2,202,750 ; May 28. 

Andis, Matliew, Racine, Wis. Hair combing, clipping, 
and shaving head. 2,195,609 ; Apr. 2. 

Andis, Mathew, Racine, Wis. Shaving device. 2,216,797 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Andis, JNIathew, Racine, Wis. Electric motor assembly. 
2,219,.=)52. Oct. 29. 

Andis, Matthew G., Jr., Racine, Wis. Shaving device. 
2,210,110 ; Aug. 6. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, assignor to Electrol In- 
corporated, Clifton, N. J. Internal sleeve oil burner. 
2,206,070 ; July 2. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, and L. W. Schroeder, 
Passaic, assignors to Electrol Incorporated, Clifton, 
N. J. Deflector for close coupled oil burners. 
2,197,912; Apr. 23. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, N. J., and G. R. Koeln, 
Atlanta, Ga., assignors to Electrol Incorporated, Clifton, 
N. J. Preheating oil for oil burners. 2,199,454: 
May 7. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, and L. W. Schroeder, 
Passaic, assignors to Electrol Incorporated, Clifton, 
N. J. Deflector for close coupled oil burners. 
2,205,456 ; June 25. 

Andre, Armand J. (See French, J. W., Andre, and 
Teachout.) 

Andre, Gustaf E., Richmond, Ind., assignor to Belden 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric con- 
nector plug. 2,205,186 ; June 18. 

Andrea, Mary E. (See Andrea, Raymond L. and M. E.) 

Andrea, Raymond L. and M. E., Roslindale, Mass. Hair 
curler. 2,188.028; Jan. 23. 

Andreasen, Carl C, Racine, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Holland-Racine Shoes, Inc. Shoe. 
2,222,391 ; Nov. 19. 

Andreatta, Alfons, Berlin, Germany, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Automatic gain control circuit. 
2,208,110 ; July 16. 

Andreatta. Alfons, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Tube amplifier. 2,214,601 ; Sept. 10. 

Andreatta, Alfons, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, as- 
signor to General Electric (Company. Combined wired 
radio and space radio receiving system. 2,215,774 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Andree, John O. (See Nesbitt. J. M., and Andree.) 

Andres, Lloyd J., Chicago, 111. Remote control device. 
Re. 21,462 ; May 28. 

Andres, Paul G., assignor to Bowes "Seal-Fast" Corpora- 
tion, Indianapolis, Ind. Spark plug temperature con- 
trol. 2,212,725 ; Aug. 27. 

Andres, Robert R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Latch apparatus. 2,196,049 ; Apr. 2. 

Andres, William A., Bridgeport, and E. W. Johnson, Trum- 
bull, Conn., assignors to The Singer Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Elizabeth, N. J. Feeding mechanism for sewing 
machines. 2,193,754 ; Mar. 12. 

Andres, William J. (See San ford. R. S., and Andres.) 

Andresen, Halvor T. H., Oslo, Norway. Machine for mak- 
ing closures. 2,196,619 ; Apr. 9. 

Andrew, Frederick W. (See von Meister, F. W., and 
Andrew.) 

Andrews, Albert, Rapid City, S. Dak. Centrifugal en- 
gine governing mechanism. 2,225,383 ; Dec. 17. 

Andrews, Alluwee C. (See Davis, M., Lacy, and An- 
drews. ) 

Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles, Calif. Fountain pen. 
2,217,884 ; Oct. 15. 

Andrews, Arthur E., Hackney, London, and W. F. John- 
son, London, assignors to Mentmore Manufacturing Co. 
Limited, Hackney, London, England. Stylographic pen. 
2,189,696 : Feb. 6. 

Andrews, Augusto J., Pawtucket, R. I. Backless bobbin 
carrier for braiding machines and the like. 2,214,156 : 
Sept. 10. 

Andrews, Charles W., assignor to H. A. Brassert & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for the production 
of gas. 2,194,630 ; Mar. 26. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and M. R. Fenske, State 
College, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Separating hydrocarbon mixtures. 

2.201.821 ; May 21. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook. and M. R. Fenske, State 
College, assignors to Rrthm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Separating hydrocarbon mixtures. 

2.201.822 ; May 21. 



Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and M. R. Fenslce, State 
College, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Treatment of lubricating oils. 2,211,944 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and M. R. Fenske, State 
College, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Separating hydrocarbon mixtures. 
2,220,619 ; Nov. 5. 

Andrews, Christopher, Seattle, Wash. Trafiic mirror. 

2,208,012 ; July 16. 
Andrews, Donald H., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method of and appara- 
tus for sensing radiant energy. 2,189,122 ; Feb. 6. 
Andrews, Edward F. (See Smith, Beauford B., assignor.) 
Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Radio receiver. 

2,199,555 ; May 7. 
Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Phonograph. 

2,207,706 • July 16. 
Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Radio receiver. 

2,218,501 ; Oct. 22. 
Andrews, Frank E., assignor of one-fourth to A. Selico- 
vitz, Urbana, III. Roller wedge door holder. 2,218,780 ; 
Oct. 22. 
Andrews, Frank E., Urbana, assignor of one-fourth to 
J. H. Andrews, Champaign, 111. Window locking de- 
vice. 2.226,301 ; Dec. 24. 

Andrews, George E., Ansonia, Conn. Making a commu- 
tator. 2,188,423 ; Jan. 30. 
Andrews, Harry L., Jr. (See Beegle, F. M., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Irving B. (See Dow, H. E., and Andrews. 1 

Andrews, James F. (See Bonyun, M. E., and Andrews.) 
Andrews, John H. (See Andrews, Prank E., assignor.) 

Andrews, John S., Los Angeles, Calif. Combined auto- 
matic and manually controlled safety valve. 2,185,364 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Andrews, John S.. St. Paul, Minn., assignor to General 
Mills, Inc. Producing vitamin E concentrate. 
2,203,400 ; June 4. 

Andrews, Joseph F., Memphis, Tenn. Studio couch. 
2,190,819 ; Feb. 20. 

Andrews, Lee. (See Skinner, B. R., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Lewis D., assignor to Stackpole Carbon Com- 
pany, St. Marys, Pa. Developing apparatus. 2,185,620; 
Jan. 2. 

Andrews, Lionel T. (See Nitardy, F. W., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, O. B., Company. (See Turner, William B., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Paul D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Transmitter keying system. 
2,207,571 ; July 9. 

Andrews, Ray. (See Remington, V. H., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Raynal W., Jr., and E. L. Iverson, New Ken- 
sington, assignors to Aluminum Company of America, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Worlc-handling mechanism. 2,225,292 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Andrews Steel Company, The. (See Little, Howard J., 
assignor. ) 

Andrews, Thomas C, Richmond, Va. Machine for serial 
numbering and notching cards. 2,211,310 ; Aug. 13. 

Andrews, Thomas C, Richmond, Va. Preparing material 
for classifying. 2,213,184; Sept. 3. 

Andrews, Willard E., Sycamore, 111. Brake testing meter. 
2,215,992 ; Sept. 24. 

Andrick, Earnest E., Cortland, N. Y. Animal trap. 
2,225,251 ; Dec. 17. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fUr 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Oscillograph circuit. 2,196,845 ; Apr. 9. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft flir 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Elec- 
trodynamic loudspeaker, more especially for television 
receiver with Braun tube. 2,197,329 ; Apr. 16. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft ftlr 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Black spot compensation apparatus. 2,202,511 ; May 
28. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft ftlr 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Modulator circuit. 2,204,061 ; June 11. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken-Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Saw- 
tooth wave generator. 2,207,529 ; July 9. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Cir- 
cuit arrangement in television receivers. 2,217,396 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Andrieu, Robert, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fUr 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b H.. Berlin, Germany. Saw 
tool wave generator. 2,221,069 ; Nov. 12. 

Andrieu, Robert, Berlin-Grunewald, and M. Geiger, Berlin- 
Schoneberg, assignors to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Oscil- 
lation generator. 2,193,850 ; Mar. 19. 

Andrieu, Robert, and R. Schienemann, assignors to Tele- 
funken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., 
Berlin, Germany. Magnetic coil for deviating cathode 
rays. 2,227,053 ; Dec. 31. 

Andrieux, Jean L., Grenoble, Isere, assignor to Societe 
d'Electrochimie, d'Electrometallurgie et des acieries 
Electriques d'Ugine, Paris, France. Manufacture of 
complex silicon alloys. 2,194,965 ; Mar. 26. 

Andrus, Orrin E., Altadena, Calif. Water purification. 
2,194,781 ; Mar. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Andrus, Orrin K., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Depitclilng apparatus. 2,196,846 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Andrus, Orrin E., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Lining vessels by electric fusion 
welding. 2,219,352 ; Oct. 29. 

Andrussow, Leonid, Mannheim, and G. Stein, Ludwig- 
shat'en-on-the-Rhine, uermany, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Production of alkyl halides. 2,210,563; 
Aug. 6. 

Andrussow, Leonid, Mannheim, and G. Stein, Ludwig- 
shafen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation. New 
York, N. Y. Production of alkyl halides. 2,210,564; 
Aug. 6. 

Anemostat Corporation. (See Honerkamp, Friedrieh, as- 
signor.) 

Anemostat Corporation of America. (See Kurth, Franz 
J., assignor.) 

Anetsberger, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Proof box con- 
struction. 2,212,001 ; Aug. 20. 

Angeli, Ilario, Brooklyn, N. Y. Banjo. 2,188,127 ; Jan. 
23. 

Angeli, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,202,076 ; May 28. 

Angeli, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,206,071 ; July 2. 

Angeli, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Production of high antiknock 
gasoline. 2,220,699 ; Nov. 5. 

Angeli, Paul M., assignor to Newly Weds Baking Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of composite ice cream 
cake. 2,214,917; Sept. 17. 

Angeli, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignors to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Pulp 
tester. 2,200,321 ; May 14. 

Angeli, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The S. S. 
White Dental Manufacturing Company. Dental equip- 
ment assemblage. 2,214,316 ; Sept. 10. 

Angier, Edward H., assignor to E. H. Angler, as trustee, 
Framingham, Mass. Building material. 2,192,810 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Angier, Edward H., trustee. (See Angier, Edward H., 
assignor.) 

Anglada, Domingo, New York, assignor to Wolf Safety 

Lamp Company of America, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Acetylene lamp and the like. 2,214,546 : Sept. 10. 
Angle, Leonard, Troy, N. Y. Sanding device. 2,188,238 ; 

Jan. 23. 
Angle, Philip E., Sharon, Pa. Installing inserts in flues 

of hot blast stoves. 2,197,674 ; Apr. 16. 
Anglim, Francis M., New Rochelle, N. Y. Flower holder. 

2,206,933 ; July 9. 
Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco, The. 

(See Rey, Henri D., assignor.) 
Angst, Paul J., Los Angeles, Calif. Astrological game. 

2,193,896 ; Mar. 19. 
Anibal, Benjamin H. (See Rosevear, William B., Jr., 

assignor.) 
Anibal, Benjamin H., Pontiac, assignor to General Motors 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring suspension. 

2,207,367 ; July 9. 
Anigraphic Process, Inc. (See Knaggs, Donald W., as- 
signor. ) 
Animal Tongue Protector, Inc. (See Gunderson, Reuben 

J., assignor.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See GrayblU, 

Hershey R., assignor.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See Hannold, John 

R., assignor.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See Lehn, John U., 

assignor.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See Lehn, J. U., and 

Draeh, assignors.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See Van Cleve, H., 

and Graybill. assignors.) 
Animal Trap Company of America. (See Zahm, Joseph 

D., assignor.) 
Animatagraph Corporation Limited. (See Musaphia, 

Georges, assignor.) 
Anke, Rudolph, West Reading, assignor to Textile Machine 

Works, Wyomissing, Pa. Selective thread feeding 

mechanism for knitting machines. Re. 21,436 ; Apr. 30. 
Ankeney, Edward G. (See Ryland, O. C, and Ankeney.) 
Anker Werke A.-G. (See Aurbach, Kurt, assignor.) 
Anker-Werke, A. G. (See Bolter, W., and Theenhausen, 

assignors.) 
Anklam, Charles W., assignor to C. M. Hall Lamp Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Head lamp. 2,218,326 ; Oct. 15. 
Anklam, Charles W., assignor to C. M. Hall Lamp Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Lamp. 2,225,816 ; Dec. 24. 
Ann6, Charles T. (See Mangelsodorf, T. A., Ann6, and 

Wilson. ) 
Ann6, Charles T., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The Texas 

Company, New York, N. Y. Removal of asphalt from 

hydrocarbon oil. 2,213,798 ; Sept. 3. 
Anne, Charles T., H. I. Wilson, and W. C. Patterson, 

Port Arthur, Tex., assignors to The Texas Company, 

New York, N. Y. Treatment of naphthene base oil. 

2,221,161 ; Nov. 12. 
Annen, James E., assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. Container. 2,208,065 ; July 16. 



Annen, Robert, assignor to the firm Roulements a Bllles 
Miniatures S. A., Bienne, Switzerland. Machining 
method of the races of ball bearings. 2,223,799 ; Dec. 3. 

Annich, Milton E., Mahwah, N. J., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, New York, 
N. Y. Mold for and method of producing solid metallic 
balls. 2,209,502; July 30. 

Annin & Co. (See Chandler, Digby W., assignor.) 

Annin, Douglas H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Minneapolis- 
Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Combustion control system. 2,197,171 ; Apr. 16. 

Ansbacher, Stefan, Sidney, and G. E. Flanigan and G. C. 
Supplee, Bainbridge, assignors to The Borden Company, 
New York, N. Y. Concentration and isolation of water- 
soluble vitamins. 2,186,314 ; Jan. 9. 

Auschicks, Rudolph J., assignor to Protectoseal Company 
of America, Inc., Chicago, 111. Connecting cleat for 
structural elements. 2,189,159 ; Feb. 6. 

Anschutz & Co. G. m. b. H. (See Bode, R., and von 
Petery, assignors.) 

Anschiitz & Co. G. m. b. H. (See Seligmann, Johannes, 
assignor.) 

Ansel, Harry R., Cleveland, Ohio. Antiskid device. 
2,190,142; Feb. 13. 

Ansley Corporation, The. (See Riechers, Herbert F., as- 
signor.) 

Ansley, J. W. (See BIcRae, George H., assignor.) 

Anstrom, A. (See Lundstrom, Carl G., assignor.) 

Ansul Chemical Company. (See Ehman, P. J., and Walk- 
er, assignors.) 

Antcliff, Claud S., Salem, Ark., assignor to M. L. AntclifE 
and said C. S. AntclifE, as joint tenants. Needle. 
2,221,419 ; Nov. 12. 

Antcliff, Myrtle L., et al. (See Antcliff, Claud S., as- 
signor.) 

Anthes, Eugen. (See Pier, M., and Anthes.) 

Anthes Foundry Limited. (See Anthes, L. L., Ellis, and 
Pallister, assignors.) 

Anthes, Lawrence L., F. E. Ellis, and G. E. Pallister, 
assignors to Anthes Foundry Limited, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. Heating furnace. 2,185,365 ; Jan. 2. 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, William C. ) 

Anthony, Herman B. C, Madison, Wis., assignor to Ray- 
O-Vac Company. Interlocking electrical coupler. 
2,197,780 ; Apr. 23. 

Anthony, Herman R. C, Madison, Wis., assignor to Ray- 
O-Vac Company. Leakproof dry cell. 2,198,423 ; 
Apr. 23. 

Anthony, John E. (See Baker, D. B., and Anthony.) 

Anthony, John K. (See Palm, J. V. O., Anthony, and 
Wilkey.) 

Anthony, Joseph, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Automatic 
dating device for cameras. 2,226,364 ; Dec. 24. 

Anthony, Leon P., assignor of one-half to M. A. Reynolds, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Internal combustion engine. 
2,217,721 ; Oct. 15. 

Anthony, Paul L., Pelham Blanor, N. Y., and L. E. Croy, 
Neenah, assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, 
Rothschild, Wis. Display carton. 2,226,089 ; Dec. 24. 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, Inc., 
Streator, 111.- Pickup and dumping vehicle. 2,189,052; 
Feb. 6. 

Anthracite Industries, Inc. (See Johnson, A. J., and 
Staley, assignors.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, 
assignor. 

Antinori, Amilio, Elmwood Park, 111. Display device. 
2,193,154; Mar. 12. 

Antofilli, Giovanni B., et al. (See Walsh, Thomas J., as- 
signor.) 

Antoine, Vernon F., Opportunity, Wash. Articulated bus. 
2,193,155; Mar. 12. 

Antoine, Vernon F., Anaconda, Mont. Articulated ve- 
hicle construction. 2,193,156 ; Mar. 12. 

Anton, Clarence. (See Nordby, Peter J., assignor.) 

Anton, Ernst. (See Neresheimer, H., Honold, Stein, 
Schubert, and Anton.) 

Anton, Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Center support for 
roller awnings. 2,220,311 ; Nov. 5. 

Anton, Percival J. (See Knaus, N., and Anton.) 

Antonelli, Joseph A. (See Kosatka, T. O., and Antonelli.) 

Antonidis, John E., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Automatic choke. 
2,209,218 ; July 23. 

Antonsen, Anker K., Cedar Falls, Iowa, assignor to Fair- 
banks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Power plant and 
engine arrangement. 2,213,682 ; Sept. 3. 

Antonsen, Anker K., assignor to John Deere Tractor Com- 
pany, Waterloo, Iowa. Fuel system for internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,222,274 ; Nov. 19. 

Antonson, Arvid T., Detroit, Mich. Stopper for thermos 
bottles. 2,199,732 ; May 7. 

Antranikian, Haig, New York, N. Y. Resistance and im- 
pedance measuring device. 2,188,588 ; Jan. 30. 

Antrim, Charles H., and C. H. Teesdale, assignors to Tees- 
dale Manufacturing Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Pump. 2,193,504; Mar. 12. 

Antrim, Louis C., New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto- 
graphic Register Company, Hoboken, N. J. Coating a 
transfer device. 2,213,644; Sept. 3. 

Antrim, Louis C, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto- 
graphic Register Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 
2,213,645; Sept. 3. 

Anzalone, Samuel V., Watertown, N. Y. Cooking utensil. 
2,188,563; Jan. 30. 



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Aoyagi, Suesaburo. Hilo, Hawaii. Massaging device. 
2,203,976 ; June 11. 

Apco Alossberg Company. (See btorrie, \^ illiam, as- 
siffDor ) 

Apel, Carl H. (See Crawford, D. A., McKinnon, and 
Apel. ) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hol- 
land, Sidney S., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Mader, John J., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
McCabe, John J., assignor.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (bee 
McCabe, J. J., and Frantz, assignors.) 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See Racklyeit, 
John W., assignor.) 

Apex Railway Products Company. (See Delanty, Thomas 
W., assignor.) 

Apex Railway Products Co. (See Doherty, Edward T., 
assignor.) „, 

Apex Tool & Cutter Company, The. (See Severson, Ole, 
assignor.) 

Apex Tool & Cutter Company, The. (See Sheridan, Henry 
M., assignor.) 

Apfelbaum, Herman, Brooklyn, assignor to A. Maskow, 
New York, N. Y. Cosmetic wiper. 2,204,947 ; June 
18. 

Apgar, Charles W., and A. L. Rosenfeld, assignors to 
Seaboard Container Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Collapsible fireplace unit. 2,219,507 ; Oct. 29. 

Apotheker, Carl. (See BonhSte, G., and Apotheker.) 

App, Frank, Bridgeton, N. J. Insecticidal and fungi- 
cidal oil. 2,221,772 ; Nov. 19. 

Appel, Frank J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of methyl 
borate. 2,217,354; Oct. 8. 

Appel, Harrv C, Great Kills, Staten Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, 
Mass. Double eyelet socket. 2,187,296; Jan. 16. 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Heating system. 
2,224,946 ; Dec. 17. 

Apple, Bessie D. (See Cotterman, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Applebaum, Samuel B., assignor to The Permutit Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Water deaerator and purifier. 
2,204,062 ; June 11. 

Appleby, Peter W., Odessa, Tex. Well washing device. 
2,212,491 ; Aug. 27. 

Appleford Paper Products, Ltd. (See Lawson, Albert R., 
assignor. ) 

Applegate, George B., Pennsville, N. J. Support and 
opener for fluid dispensing containers. 2,210,789 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Appleman Wilbur R., assignor to Blarathon Electric Man- 
ufacturing Corporation, Wausau, Wis. Electric motor. 
2,198,360 ; Apr. 23. 

Appleman, Wilbur R., assignor to Marathon Electric Man- 
ufacturing Corporation, Wausau, Wis. Electric motor. 
2,226,700; Dec. 31. 

Appleton, Arthur I., Northbrook, 111. Signal and indi- 
cator for record sheets. 2,210,746 ; Aug. 6. 

Appleton, Arthur I., Chicago, 111., assignor to Appleton 
Electric Company. Grounding device for connection 
boxes. 2,197,737 ; Apr. 16. 

Appleton, Arthur I., Chicago, 111., assignor to Appleton 
Electric Company. Multiple-chambered explosionproof 
box and fitting. 2,208,558 ; July 23. 

Appleton, Arthur I., Chicago, 111., assignor to Appleton 
Electric Company. Explosionproof switch box or the 
like. 2,225,945 ; Dec. 24. 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Appleton, Arthur I., 
assignor.) 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tornblom, Nils A., 
assignor.) 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tornblom, N. A., and 
Meyer, assignors.) 

Appleton, Joseph H. (See Stone, A. L., Rice, and Apple- 
ton.) 

Appleton, Joseph H. (See Stone, A. L., Tytus, and 
Appleton.) 

Appleton Wire Works, Inc. (See Buchanan, AVilliam E., 
assignor.) 

Applied Arts Corporation. (See De Boer, R. F., Gilllsse, 
and Flora, assignors.) 

Applied Mechanics Co., The. (See Rudolf, Henry J. G., 
assignor.) 

Applied Sugar Laboratories, Inc. (See Bodenheim, F. A., 
and Heath, assignors.) 

Apponaug Company, The. (See Farnworth, E., and 
Wood, assignors.) 

Aprea, Aniello and E. Williams, Minneapolis, Minn. Ad- 
justable speed limiting device for automobiles. 
2,186,620 ; Jan. 9. 

Arado Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung. (See Blume, Walter, assignor.) 

Arado Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haf- 
tung. (See Rebeski, Hans, assignor.) 
Arado Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 

Haftung. (See Rethel, Walter, assignor.) 
Arado Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung. (See Rethel, W., Laute, and Miihlberg, as- 
signors.) 
Arado Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung. (See van Nes, Wilhelm, assignor.) 



Araujo, Armando, Merrick, N. Y. Computing scale. 
2,190,640 ; Feb. 20. 

Arberry, James E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Writing 
surface. 2,202,682 ; May 28. 

Arbios, Harry, et al. (See Darling, Louis H., assignor.) 

Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
CJompany, Elkhart, Ind. Timing mechanism. 

2,185,394; Jan. 2. 

Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
Company, Elkhart, Ind. Valve. 2,195,069 ; Mar. 26. 

Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
Company, Elkhart, Ind. Forming hollow metal mem- 
bers. 2,200,664 ; May 14. 

Arbogast, Fred A., Akron, Ohio. Artificial fish bait. 
2,207,425 ; July 9. 

Arbogast, Fred A., Akron, Ohio. Machine for making 
fringe. 2,217,977; Oct. 15. 

Arbuckle, S. F., Corporation. (See Arbuckle, Samuel F., 
assignor.) 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, deceased ; H. B. 
Scott and G. Colter, administrators, assignors to S. F. 
Arbuckle Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Reflecting ele- 
ment. 2,202,306 ; May 28. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, assignor to S. F. 
Arbuckle Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Brake mechanism. 
2,211,043 ; Aug. 13. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., G. H. Coulter, and C. E. Godley, 
Highland Park, assignors to United Lens Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Signaling system for automotive ve- 
hicles. 2,186,000 ; Jan. 9. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., deceased, by H. B. Scott, adminis- 
tratrix, and G. H. Coulter, administrator, and G. H. 
Coulter, assignors to United Lens Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Lamp. 2,205,642 ; June 25. 

Arcadia Hosiery Co. (Se Weisbecker, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Arcnbold-Hagner Instrument Laboratory. (See Hagner, 
Frederick H., assignor. ) 

Archbold-Hagner Instrument Laboratory, Inc. (See 
Hagner, Frederick H., assignor.) 

Archer, Arthur A., Pittsburgh, and B. E. Zimmerman, 
Midway, assignors to Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cooling low temperature 
coke. 2,199,945 ; May 7. 

Archer-Daniels-Midland Company. (See Sorensen, S. C, 
and Konen, assignors.) 

Archer, Edward G., Rome, Ga., assignor to Tubize 
Chatillon Corporation. Whorl mechanism for cap 
spinning machines. 2,208,742 ; July 23. 

Archer, Edward N., Inglewood, Calif. Powl-stufiing re- 
tainer. 2,202,512 ; May 28. 

Archer, Garland W., Greenwood, Miss., assignor to Su- 
preme Instruments Corporation. Electrical testing. 
2,189,457 ; Feb. 6. 

Archer, Harmon W., Fort Smith, Ark. Glass cutting ma- 
chine. 2,202,751 ; May 28. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Purification of oil 
soluble sulphonate. 2,214,037 ; Sept. 10. 

Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth, aad H. G. Schneider, 
Roselle, N. J., assignors to Standard Alcohol Company. 
Ethers from reactive acid liquor. 2,216,931 ; Oct. 8. 

Archibald, Nevin A., Concord, N. C. Game apparatus. 
2,192,283 ; Mar. 5. 

Archibald, Peter K. (See Montgomerie, J. A., and Archi- 
bald.) 

Arcturus Development Company. (See Feindel, Abbott, 
assignor.) 

Arcturus Development Company. (See Horn, Clarence A., 
assignor.) 

Arcturus Development Company. (See Stahl, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Arden, Elizabeth, Sales Corporation. (See Lewis, Flor- 
ence N., assignor^ 

Arden, Thomas T., Greensburg, Pa., assignor to American 
Thermometer Company, St. Louis, Mo. Oven thermom- 
eter. 2,193,851 ; Mar. 19. 

Arden, Thomas T., assignor to Milwaukee Gas Specialty 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Thermoelectric safety 
valve and switch. 2,207,771 ; July 16. 

Ardern, Arthur T., Auckland, New Zealand. Buoyancy 
device. 2,223,880; Dec. 3. 

Ardito, William, Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,225,678 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Ardrey, Otis R., Jefferson City, Mo. Meat grinder. 
2,200,786 ; May 14. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette paper feed. 
2,208,504 ; July 16. 

Arens, Charles A., Chicago, 111. Control mechanism. 
2,195,400; Apr. 2. 

Arens, Hans, Dessau, and K. van Briessen, Leipzig, Ger- 
many, assignors to General Aniline & Film Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for intensification 
of weak radiations. 2,225,439 ; Dec. 17. 

Arens, Joseph P., Oak Park, and R. W. Janda, Berwyn, 
111., assignors to Ceco Steel Products Corporation, 
Omaha, Nebr. Making expanded metal products, 
2,215,658 : Sept. 24. 
Arentzen, Einar M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Joy Manufacturing Company, Franklin, Pa. Mining 
and loading machine. 2,216,177 ; Oct. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



(See Chandler, D. L., and Ewing, 
(See Ewing, G. W., and Chandler, 



Aresee Company Inc. 
assignors.) 

Aresee Company Inc. 
assignors.) 

Aresee Company Inc. (See Ewing, G. W., Chandler, and 
Walker, assignors.) 

Arey, Fred C. (See Hibner, De Los E., Jr., and Arey.) 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111., assignor to Vulcan Soot 
Blower Corporation. Conveying apparatus. 2,207,675 ; 
July 9. 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111., assignor to Vulcan Soot 
Blower Corporation. Apparatus for cleaning cylinder 
heads or the like. 2,225,946 ; Dec. 24. 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, 111., and De L. E. Hibner, Jr., 
Du Bois, Pa., assignors to Vulcan Soot Blower Cor- 
poration. Cleaning motor blocks. 2,216,698 ; Oct. 1. 

Arey, Gordon C, Fort Thomas, Ky. Making safety inner 
tubes for pneumatic tire casings. 2,190,202 ; Feb. 13. 

Arey, Gordon C., Indian Hill, Ohio. Tube for pneumatic 
tire casings. 2,207,212 ; July 9. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Self-starting synchronous motor. 
2,214,850 ; Sept. 17. 

Argabrite, George M., deceased, by M. M. Walker, execu- 
trix, formerly M. M. Argabrite, Cheyenne, Wyo., and 
F. S. Stout and J. E. Leach, Camden, N. J. ; M. M. 
Walker assignor to W. H. Argabrite, Des Plaines, 111. 
Apparatus for drying leather. 2,197,776 ; Apr. 23. 

Argabrite, Wesley H. (See Argabrite, G. M., Stout, and 
Leach.) 

Argco Tube and Television Corporation. (See Alexander, 
Focsaneanu, assignor.) 

Argue, John E., Seattle, Wash. Dental contourlator. 
2,216,307 ; Oct. 1. 

Argus Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hugus, Neil C, 
assignor.) 

Ariail, Ralph E., Summit, 111., assignor to Corn Products 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Carton. 2,210,872 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Ariens, Mando S., Brillion, Wis. Transmission. 
2,220,197 ; Nov. 5. 

Arioli, Domenic, Revere, Mass. Mop. 2,194,214 ; Mar. 
19. 

Aristoc Limited. (See Williams, Harold E., assignor.) 

Arkansas Company. (See Schuttig, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Arkansas Fuel Oil Company. (See Crittenden, Butler P., 
assignor.) 

Arkema, Harold P. (See Blount, H., and Arkema.) 

Arm, Frederick E., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to M. 
Mastowski, New York, N. Y. Hose and pipe coupler. 
2,204,392; June 11. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., Scarsdale, assignor to The Super- 
heater Company, New York, N. Y. Combined radiant 
and convection superheater. 2,213,185 ; Sept. 3. 

Armacost, Wilbur H., assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Superheater. 2,223,199 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Armand, Joseph, Paris, France. Machine for sharpening 
the points of twist drills or the like. 2,199,773 ; 
May 7. 

Armbrust Chain Company. (See Hess, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Armbruster, William, New Yoi-k, N. Y. Combined washer 
and drier. 2,200,870; May 14. 

Armentrout, A. L., et al. (See Ford, Keith, assignor.) 

Armentrout, Arthur L. (See Hall, E. B., and Armen- 
trout.) 

Armentrout, Arthur L., Los Angeles, assignor of one-third 
to E. B. Hall and one-third to V. P. Baker. Handling 
well casings. 2,188,589: Jan. 30. 

Armington, Arthur P.^ deceased, Willoughby, Ohio ; K. S. 
Armington, executrix. Vehicle body. 2,191,445 ; Feb. 
27. 

Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, Ohio, deceased, K. S. 
Armington, executrix, assignor to The Euclid Road Ma- 
chinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Yieldable mount 
means. 2,202,940 ; June 4. 

Armington, Katherine S., executrix. (See Armington, 
Arthur P.) 

Armington, Stewart F., Willoughby, assignor to The 
Euclid Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. 
Dump vehicle body mounting. 2,222,698 ; Nov. 26. 

Armington, Stewart F., Willoughby, and V. L. Snow, as- 
signors to The Euclid Road Machinery Company, 
Euclid. Ohio. Road vehicle driving axle. 2,222,697 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Armistead, George, Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to 
Gasoline Products C!ompany, Inc., Newark, N. J. 
Treatment of hydrocarbon oil. 2,216,683 ; Oct. 1. 

Armistead, George, Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Gas- 
oline Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Motor 
fuel production. 2,218,017 ; Oct. 15. 

Armistead, Hubert M. (See Jacobs, H. A., and Arm- 
istead.) 

Armistead, Hubert M., San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus 
for the drying of the hair. 2,190,168 ; Feb. 13. 

Armitage, Evrard L. (See Gravenor, J., and Armltage.) 

Armjtage, Joseph A., Caulfield, Victoria, Australia. Lubri- 
cator for internal combustion engines. 2,223,881 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Armitage, Joseph B. (See Kearney, E. J., and Armitage.) 

Armitage, Joseph B. (See Pohl, W. M., and Armitage.) 



Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool 
transmission and control mechanism. 2,198,102 ; Apr. 
23. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney 
& Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool. 
2,215,684; Sept. 24. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Milling machine 
attachment supporting apparatus. 2,217,938 ; Oct. 15. 

Armitt, William S., Hanover, Pa. Ribbon roll container. 
2,217,397 ; Oct. 8. 

Armor, Horace F., Fairfield, and P. A. Beck, Bridgeport, 
Conn. ; said Armor assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Sealing tape. 2,208,619 ; 
July 23. 

Armour and Company. (See Bradshaw, Sidney B., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Conquest, V., and Turner, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Llttlefield, Verne D., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Littlefield, V. D., and 
Fishcher, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Pool, W. O., and Harwood, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Potts, R. H., and McKee, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, Anderson W., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Con- 
quest, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Harwood, 
and Hopkins, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Hoffman, 
assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Pool, and 
Harwood, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Vander 
Wal, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Vander Wal, 
and Bauer, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Vander Wal, 
and Segebrecht, assignors.) 

Arms, Merton H. (See Johnson, J. B., and Arms.) 

Arms, Merton H., J. B. Johnson, and A. Turner, as- 
signors to Bryant Chucking Grinder Company, Spring- 
field, Vt. Work feeding mechanism. 2,191,930 ; Feb. 
27. 

Arms, Ray W. (See Rakowsky, V., and Arms.) 

Arms, Ray W. (See Rakowsky, V., Arms, and Holt.) 

Armstrong, Adam E., Three Rivers, Mich. Moisture con- 
trol system for paper drying machines. 2,208,784 ; 
July 23. 

Armstrong, Adam E., Three Rivers, Mich. Valve operat- 
ing mechanism. 2,208,785 ; July 23. 

Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. (See Rhinevault, Harry A., 
assignor. ) 

Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. (See Welter, Sebastian J., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Charles L., assignor of forty per cent to 
C. A. Oliveros, Houston, Tex. Decoy. 2,222,996 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Almy, Richard, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Clark, R. R., and Swarr, 
assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Du Bois, David I., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Herr, B. F., and Bassett, 
assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Herrold, Walter W., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Hoffman, Earl E., as- 
signor. ) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Kelley, Stephen J., as- 
signor. ) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Snodgrass, Henry W., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Straus, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Thomas, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, David, Bradenton, Fla., assignor to Mueller 
Co., Decatur, 111. Tool for inserting or removing cor- 
poration stops. 2,212,972 ; Aug. 27. 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Frequency modu- 
lation signaling system. Re. 21,660 ; Dec. 17. 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio trans- 
mitting system. 2,203,712 ; June 11. 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Frequency modu- 
lation signaling system. 2,215,284 ; Sept. 17. 

Armstrong, Francis W., assignor to The Garlock Packing 
Company, Palmyra, N. Y. Gasket, gasket-centering 
means, and assembly thereof. 2,196,582 ; Apr. 9. 

Armstrong, Frank H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Cardox 
Corporation. Blasting device. 2,212,891 ; Aug. 27. 

Armstrong, Frank S., Young^vood, Pa. Automobile jack. 
2,188,698; Jan. 30. 

Armstrong, Fred S., River Forest, assignor to Jefferson 
Electric Company, Bellwood, 111. Mercury switch. 
2,202,569 ; May 28. 

Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., assignor to The Armstrong'* 
Patents Company Limited, Beverley, England. 
Hydraulic shock absorber. 2,206,800 ; July 2. 



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Armstrong, George C, Wilkinsburg, and D. Ellis, Forest 
Hills, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrical con- 
tactor. 2,200,070 ; May 7. 

Armstrong, George C, Wilkinsburg, and D. Ellis, Forest 
Hills, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Coil sup- 
port for electromagnets. 2,205,234 ; June 18. 

Armstrong, George H., Hempstead, N. Y. Gasoline tur- 
bine. 2,188,128 ; Jan. 23. 

Armstrong, George J., Seminole, Okla. Snatch block. 
2,206,442 ; July 2. 

Armstrong, Henry W., Short Beach, assignor to Scovill 
Manufacturing 'Company, New Haven, Conn. Vanity 
box or case. 2,217,149 ; Oct. 8. 

Armstrong, Herbert E., Jr., McDonogh, Md., assignor to 
J. M. Stoll, Luray, Va. Game. 2,223,981 ; Dec. 3. 

Armstrong, Hudson. (See Krause, Paul, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Hugh, Maryville, Mo. Seed harvester. 
2,204,115 ; June 11. 

.'i.rmstrong, Jesse N. (See Dunnan, Richard A., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong. John, Bayonne, N. J. Golf ball holder. 
2,219,732 ; Oct. 29. 

Armstrong Machine Works. (See Rea, Thomas H., as- 
signor. ) 

Armstrong, Nerval H., and R. M. Marr, assignors of one- 
fourth to said N. H. Armstrong, three-eighths to said 
R. M. Marr, one-fourth to A. A. Alexander, and one- 
eighth to Alexander & Marr, Seminole, Okla. Stuffing 
box. 2,218,839 ; Oct. 22. 

Armstrong, Paul H., Orange, N. J. Attachment for hand 
operation of foot brakes and the like. 2,185,170 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Westport. Conn. Corrosion re- 
sistant steel article comprising silicon and columbium. 
2,225,730 ; Dec. 24. 

Armstrong, Robert, Ridgefield, N. J. Tube renovation. 
2,200,528 : May 14. 

Armstrong, Victor C, Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Poor 
& Company, New York, N. Y. Spike. 2,209,552 ; July 
30. 

Armstrong Whitworth Securities Company Limited. (See 
(Cornish, A. H., assignor), and Kadenacy.) 

Armstrong Whitworth Securities Company. (See Kaden- 
acy. Michel, assignor.) 

Armstrong, William A., et al. (See Myers, Harry A., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong's Patents Company Limited, The. (See 
Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., assignor.) 

Armytage, Frederick W., Knottingley, England. Paddle 
for operating in the forehearths of glass furnaces. 
2.220,635 ; Nov. 5. 

Arndt, Charles, Los Angeles, Calif. Separator. 
2.201,282 ; May 21. 

Arndt, Ellis, et al. (See Hall, Harry G., assignor.) 

Arndt, Ernest A., assignor to Wincharger Corporation, 
Sioux City, Iowa. Braking mechanism for wind driven 
generators. 2,199,234 ; Apr. 30. 

Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works and Manufacturing Company. Road grader. 
2,196,967 ; Apr. 16. 

Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works and Manufacturing Company. Road grader. 
2,197,390 ; Apr. 16. 

Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Worlds & Manufacturing Company. Road grader. 
2,205,588 ; June 25. 

Arnesen, Charlotte A., Chicago, 111. Container. 

2.196.181 ; Apr. 9. 

Arnesen, Charlotte A., Chicago, 111. Opening cans. 

2.196.182 ; Apr. 9. 

Arnesen, Ove H. (See Arnesen, 'William A. and O. H.) 

Arnesen, Walter A. (See Posner, Charles, assignor.) 

Arnesen, Walter A., New York, N. Y. Cautery electrode 
illuminating device. 2,196,171 ; Apr. 9. 

Arnesen, Walter A., New York, N. Y. Cautery handle. 
2,200,322 : May 14. 

Arnesen, William A. and O. H., St. Paul, Minn. Depth 
finder and fishing bobber. 2,208,240 ; July 16. 

Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, 111. Bottle holder. 
2,222,211 ; Nov. 19. 

Arnett, James I. (See Wardwell, G. W., Jr., and Arnett.) 

Arnold, August, Brussels, Belgium, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Protective arrangement. 2,191,334 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Arnold, Carl. Nuremberg, Germany. Mechanical toy ve- 
hicle. 2,208,176 ; July 16. 

Arnold, Clara W., Cleveland, Ohio. Curtain and drapery 
support. 2,190,764 ; Feb. 20. 

Arnold, Clarence L., assignor of one-half to W. G. 
Schreiber, Leavenworth, Kans. Heating plant. 
2,212,534 ; Aug. 27. 

Arnold, De Witt R., Evanston, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company. Railway car floor. 2,186,567 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Arnold, Edwin E. (See Lingal, H. J., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Bushing. 2,189,621 ; Feb. 6. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Reciprocating hydraulic motor. 2,200,071 ; May 7. 



Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Clutch for airplane generators. 2,214,602 ; Sept. 
10. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Magnetically operated disk-type brake. 2,217,464 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, and R. S. Elberty, Jr., 
Waynesboro, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Man- 
ufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Valve 
operator. 2,205,235; June 18. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, and A. A. Currle, Verona, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Air conditioning ap- 
paratus. 2,216,427 ; Oct. 1. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, Pa., and W. J. Rusaell, 
Mansfield, Ohio, assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Flat- 
iron. 2,222,192 ; Nov. 19. 

Arnold, Ernest F., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Denture 
brush. 2,206,542 ; July 2. 

Arnold, George, Shaker Heights, assignor to Cleveland 
Frog & Crossing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Rail brace. 
2,223,865 ; Dec. 3. 

Arnold, George A. (See Williams, L. W., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, George A., Chatham, assignor to Motor Improve- 
ments, Inc., Newark, N. J. Filter. 2,196,821 ; Apr. 9. 

Arnold, George A., Chatham, assignor to Motor Improve- 
ments, Inc., Newark, N. J. Filter-unit forming ma- 
chine. 2,226,961 ; Dec. 31. 

Arnold, George C, Cleveland, Ohio. Sterilizing cabinet. 
2,225,817 ; Dec. 24. 

Arnold, George H., Babylon, N. Y. Safety control device 
for gas governors. 2,221,564 ; Nov. 12. 

Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Centrifugal sepa- 
rator. 2,222,930 ; Nov. 26. 

Arnold, Harold G. (See Crawford, A. K., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Harry M., Douglas, Wyo. Superheated steam 
engine. 2,194,000 ; Mar. 19. 

Arnold, Herri ck R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preserving the cata- 
lytic activity of a metallic nickel hydrogenation cata- 
lyst. 2,205,552 ; June 25. 

Arnold, Herrick R., and W. A. Lazier, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Manufacture of nitriles. 2,200,734; May 14. 

Arnold, Hewett R., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electrical apparatus. 2,205,236 ; June 18. 

Arnold, John C, West Los Angeles, assignor to Loew's 
Incorporated, Culver City, Calif. Camera truck. 
2,211,088; Aug. 13. 

Arnold, Louis E., assignor to The George Evans Corpo- 
ration, Moline, 111. Antipulsator. 2,224,130 ; Dec. 10. 

Arnold, Luther B., Jr. (See Lenher, S., and Arnold.) 

Arnold Print Works. (See de Goencz, D., Tarnuzzer, and 
Stockwell, assignors.) 

Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Insecticide and making the same. 2,219,287 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Method and apparatus for distribut- 
ing parasiticides. 2,222,598 ; Nov. 26. 

Arnold, Sehwinn & Company. (See Olson, Phillip W., 
assignor.) 

Arnold, William G., Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Automatic paste tube closure. 2,185,323 ; Jan. 2. 

Arnold, William H., Laramie, Wyo. Hay rake. 2,212,973 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Arnone, Vincent, Brooklyn, N. Y. Candlewick. 2,189,412 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Ginter, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See ShafP, Ernest H., 
assignor.) 

Aron Electricity Meter Limited. (See Riordan, Edward J., 
assignor.) 

Aron, Manfred. (See Bernhard, A., Beyrich, and Aron.) 

Aronov, Philip. (See Golden, L. J., and Aronov. ) 

Aronow, Albert M., Los Angeles, assignor of one-fifth to 
C. A. Mlketta, Beverly Hills, Calif. Continuous process 
for making adipic acid. 2,191,786 ; Feb. 27. 

Aronson, Peter R. (See Bryce, C. K., and Aronson.) 

Aronson, Peter R., Slillburn, N. J., assignor to Oxweld 
Acetylene Company. Mandrel assembly. 2,186,088 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Aronson, Peter R., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Oxweld 
Acetylene Company. Swaging blowpipe nozzles. 
2,217,193 ; Oct. 8. 

Aronson, Peter R., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Oxweld 
Acetylene Company. Drilling fixture. 2,225,426 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Arquint, Hans, Sursee, Switzerland, and O. Kiesel, Munich, 
(jermany. Safety device for gas conductors. 2,187,768 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Arras, George, Chicago, 111. Electric fixture. 2,199,905 ; 
May 7. 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Bentley, Robert H., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Gates, Frederic P., assignor.) 



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(See 



(See 



Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. 
Johnson, David W., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. 
Seubert, William F., assignor.) 

Arrow Match Corporation. (See Foster, G., and Manxi, 
assignors. ) 

Arscott, William H. (See Halford, F. B., and Arscott.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Finch, Eaymond 
C, assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, James R., 
assignor. ) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, J. R., and 
Elofson, assignors.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, J. R., 
(Jronberg, and Hultberg, assignors.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See liranstetter, Donald W., 
assignor.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See McGall, Philip K., as- 
signor.) 

Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Meyer, Frederick, assignor.) 

Art Novelty Manufacturing Company. (See Eyman, 
Frank H., assignor.) 

Art Steel Company. (See Bergman, Ed., assignor.) 

Art Wire & Stamping Co. (See Wiberg, Peter E., as- 
signor. ) 

Artcraft Silk Hosiery Mills, Inc. (See Garrett, Joseph 
B., assignor.) 

Arter, Marshall, East Peoria, 111. Heating apparatus. 
2,203,187 ; June 4. 

Arthur, Furman C, Oakmont, assignor to Aluminum Com- 
pany of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bronze powder and 
producing the same. 2,193,663 ; Mar. 12. 

Arthur, James H., Providence, R. I., assignor to Rau 
Fastener Company. Making a resilient stud engaging 
member. 2,212,361 : Aug. 20. 

Arthur, James H., Providence, R. I., assignor to Eau 
Fastener Company. Slide closure. 2,212,362 ; Aug. 20. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition distrib- 
utor 2,187,070 ; Jan. 16. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition timer. 
2,202,077 ; May 28. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition dis- 
tributor. 2,207,368 ; July 9. 

Arthur, Oscar F., and F. SchuUe, Pueblo, Colo. Railroad 
tie plate and spike. 2,208,489 ; July 16. 

Artini, Vespasiano, Solvay, N. Y. Extensible fire ladder. 
2,198,071 ; Apr. 23. 

Artis, Edward J., Caldwell, Idaho. Vacuum cap for 
chimneys. 2,191,948 ; Feb. 27. 

Artkraft Sign Company, The. (See Dunkelberger, Ij 
and Bowsher, assignors.) 

Artographic Incorporated. (See Durup, Paul H., 
signor.) 

Artographic Incorporated. (See Durup, P. H., and Or- 
mond, assignors.) 

Artzt, Maurice, Haddonfleld, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Compensation amplifier system. 
2,199,192 ; Apr. 30. 

Artzt, Walter, and E. Lesavoy, Allentown, Pa. Plait- 
knitted fabric. 2,201,980 ; May 28. 

Artographic Incorporated. (See Ormond, John J., as- 
signor. ) 

Artographic Incorporated.- (See Ormond, J. J., and Durup, 
assignors.) 

Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartlesville, Okla. Gang file. 2.189,659 ; Feb. 6. 

Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartlesville, Okla. Method and apparatus for straight- 
ening housings. 2,205,783 ; June 25. 

Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartlesville, Okla. Method and apparatus for straight- 
ening housings. 2,205,784 ; June 25. 

Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company, 
Bartlesville, Okla. Making electric cables. 2,218,979 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Arveson, Maurice H. (See Plummer, W. B., and Arve- 
son.) 

Arveson, Maurice H. (See Seeley, C. H., and Arveson.) 

Arveson, Maurice H., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Chlorinated synthetic resin. 2,213,331 ; 
■ Sept. 3. 

Arveson, Maurice H., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Converson of hydrocarbon oils and gases. 
2,222,060 ; Nov. 19. 

Arvin, Marion J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Control shaft. 2,197,140, Apr. 16. 

Asbridge, Edmund M. (See Berg, E. W., and Asbridge.) 

Asbridge, Harry H., Ashton-on-Mersey, assignor to The 
Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, Broadheath 
near Altrincham, England. Spindle bearing. 

2,225,761 ; Dec. 24. 

Aschaffenburger Zellstoffwerke Aktiengesellschaft. (See 
Steinschneider, M., and Knopf, assignors.) 

Aschenbach, Emerson L., Sellersville, and B. McClelland, 
Perkasle, Pa., assignors to United States Gauge Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Concealed trap for internal 
siphon gauge. 2,224,333 ; Dec. 10. 

Aschenbrenner, Michael. (See Jahrstorfer, M., and 
Aschenbrenner.) 

Asder, John K. (See Hamilton, J. W., and Asder.) 

Asensio, Gabriel J. (See Cooper, James B., assignor.) 



A., 



as- 



Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel vehicle brake. 

2,192,023; Feb. 27. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel vehicle. 

2,194,199 ; Mar. 19. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Dual wheel vehicle. 

2,206,216 ; July 2. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Wheel. 2,196,718 ; Apr. 9. 
Ash, Charles S., Milford, assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Road vehicle wheel. 

2,213,265 ; Sept. 3. 
Ash Products Corporation. (See Ross, Frederick N., 

assignor.) 
Ashaway Line & Twine Blanufacturing Company. (See 

Crandall, Julian T., assignor.) 
Ashbrook, Elmer J., Mankins, Tex. Bottom hole well 

plug. 2,207,448 ; July 9. 
Ashburn, Adolph T. (See Christiansen, Frederic A., as- 
signor.) 

Ashburn, Harry V. (See Conary, R. E., and Ashburn.) 

Ashburn, Harry V., Glenham, and W. G. Alsop, Fishkill, 
assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Lubricating oil. 2,221,162 ; Nov. 12. 

Ashburn, Harry V., and R. E. Conary, Beacon, and P. S. 
Stutsman, Fishkill, assignors to The Texas Company, 
New York, N. Y. Lubricating oil. 2,226,543 ; Dec. 31. 

Ashburn, Roby G., and J. D. Lewis, Mount Airy, N. C. 
Hydraulic transmission. 2,187,552 ; Jan. 16. 

Ashby, Carl.T., and R. B. Hayne, Evansville, Ind., as- 
signors to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Draft con- 
trol. 2,221,750; Nov. 19. 

Ashby, Gerald K. (See Buffington, R. M., and Ashby.) 

Ashby, William L., et al. (See Obreiter, J. W., as- 
signor. ) 

Ashcraft, Ernest G., Los Angeles, Calif. Twin arc lamp. 
2,200,485 ; May 14. 

Ashcroft, Donald G., Saltcoats, Scotland, assignor to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries, Limited. Method of and 
apparatus for the production of coiled hanks of wire. 
2,189,557 ; Feb. 6. 

Ashe, Marselius T., Garden City, N. Y. Closure device. 
2,215,076 ; Sept. 17. 

Ashel, Chester P., Appleton, Wis., assignor to The L. S. 
Starrett Company, Athol, Mass. Hook rule. 2,199,235 : 
Apr. 30. 

Ashendorf, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Handle replacement 
for valve stems. 2,191,304 ; Feb. 20. 

Ashenfelder, J. E., et al. (See Emmons, Ellas S., as- 
signor. ) 

Asher, Graham, assignor of one-half to F. E. Hoecker, 
Kansas City, Mo. Electrocardiographic machine at- 
tachment. 2,210,565 ; Aug. 6. 

Ashland, Jack H., Augusta, Kans., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y 
Pump governor. 2,193,705 ; Mar. 12. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., assignor to Carrier Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Air conditioning method and appa- 
ratus. 2,200,945 ; May 14. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., assignor to Carrier Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Air conditioning method. 2,203,560 : 
June 4. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N J. 
Outlet. 2,206,995 ; July 9. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Syracuse, assignor to Carrier Corpora- 
tion, Syracuse, N. Y. Air conditioning method and 
apparatus. 2.208,443 ; July 16. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Maplewood, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N. J. Re- 
frigerating apparatus. 2,218,596 ; Oct. 22. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Summit, and S. F. Shawhan, Maple- 
wood, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Carrier Cor- 
poration, Newark, N. J. Air conditioning method and 
apparatus. 2,218,597 ; Oct. 22. 

Ashley, Edwin O., assignor to Avery Farm Machinery 
Company, Peoria, 111. Tractor. 2,209,804; July 30 

Ashley, John W. (See Henthorn, J. J., and Ashley.) 

Ashley, Julius N. (See Ewins, A. J., and Ashley.) 

Ashley, Kenneth D., Darien, Conn., and C. B. Clark, 
Scarsdale, N. Y., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of lead 
cyanamide. 2,213,440 ; Sept. 3. 

Ashley, Kenneth D., Darien, Conn., and C. B. Clark, 
Scarsdale, assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Preparing lead cyanamide. 2,213,441 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Ashley, Robert L., assignor to Greenfield Tap and Die Cor- 
poration, Greenfield, Mass. Tool chuck. 2,193 615 • 
Mar. 12. ' 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Article loadine 
device. 2,190,970 ; Feb. 20. ^ 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Fruit Ditter 
2,209,305 ; July 30. f'l^ier. 

Ashlock^ George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Fruit pitting 
machine. 2,212,892 ; Aug. 27. vii.li"s 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Fruit straighten- 
ing device. 2,213,893 ; Sept. 3. 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Cherry stoner. 
2,219,832 ; Oct. 29. 

Ashman, Herbert H., and H. G. Barrett, Saskatoon, Sas- 
katchewan, Canada. Hair waving aonliance 
2,216,798; Oct. 8. apvixtuLe. 

Ashmore, Leon H., Collingswood, N. J. Writing pen 
2,213,033; Aug. 27. »»iii.i"b y«u. 



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Ashmore, Leon H., Collingswood, N. J. Penholder. 
2,222,599 ; Nov. 26. 

Ashmore, Leon H., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to The 
Esterbrooli Steel Pen: Manufacturing Co., Camden, 
N. J. Manufacture of pens or pen points. 2,226,542 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Ashmore, Le Rov, Houston, Tex. Fire extinguishing 
equipment. 2,205,710 ; June 25. 

Ashtabula Bow Socket Company. (See Karsilias, Arvid, 
assignor.) 

Ashton, Albert, assignor to Emsco Derrick & Equipment 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Hydraulic clutch. 
2,197,063 ; Apr. 16. 

Ashton, Charles H., Boulder Junction, Wis. Garage door 
latch. 2,216,335 ; Oct. 1. 

Ashton, Douglas W., assignor to J. O. Ker, Ottawa, 
Ontario, Canada. Car seal. 2,208,717 ; July 23. 

Ashton, Ernest, Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemiugton. 
N. J. Nibbling machine. 2,211,044 ; Aug. 13. 

Ashton, Gladys B., Kansas City, Mo. Flexible, transparent 
covering and windshield. 2,193,469 ; Mar. 12. 

-Vshton, Philip E., assignor to The Cuno Engineering Cor- 
poration, Meriden, Conn. Cigar lighter. 2,203,662 ; 
June 11. 

Ashton, Philip E., assignor to The Cuno Engineering 
Corporation, Jleriden, Conn. Electric cigar lighter. 
2,223,654- Dec. 3. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
Shoe sewing machine. 2,192,166 ; Mar. 5. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Moccasin lasting machine. 2,193,796 ; Mar. 19. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington. N. J. 
Shoe sewmg machine. 2,208,566 ; July 23. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
Sewing machine. 2,221,320 ; Nov. 12. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Shoe sewing machine. 2,222,972 ; Nov. 26. 

Ashworth, Fred N., Somerville, Mass. Fastener. 
2,204,561 ; June 18. 

Ashworth, Harry E. (See Lazieh, B., and Ashworth.) 

Ashworth, Harry E. (See Staples, E. E., and Ashworth.) 

Ashworth, Harry E., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Electrical relay. 2,203,888 ; June 11. 

Ashworth, James E., Butler, Pa., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. Tight 
coiler for metal strip and method of coiling. 2,196,091 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Asimow, Morris, and F. E. Mooney, Gary, Ind. Apparatus 
for casting metallic ingots. 2,211,361 ; Aug. 13. 

Aslvania Regulator Company. (See Ziebolz, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Askania Regulator Company. (See Ziebolz, H., and 
Velten, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Achtel, G., Schilling, and 
Misch, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Blasig. Kurt, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. O. fSee Heinisch. Paul, assignor.) 

Asl;ania-Werke A. G. (See Hoffmann, A., and ZoUer.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Neuhaus, Gnstav, assignor.) 

Askania-Vi'erke A. G. (See Schnittger, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Scriba, Ludwicr. assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See von den Steinen, Carl, as- 
signor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See von Manteuffel, Gert Z., as- 
signor.) 

.■\skania-Werke A. G. (See Wijnsch. Guido. assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Wurr. Carl, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. (See Ziebolz. Herbert, assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centr.alwerkstatt und Carl 
Bamberg-Friedenau. (See von Manteuffel, Gert Z., as- 
signor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-Dessau und 
Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Baumann. Hellmut, as- 
signor.) 

.\skania-Werke A. G. Vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Eheinlander, Paul, 
assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. Vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, G., and 
Schuppert, assignors.) 

.\skeris. Bert, Kenosha, Wis. Miscellaneous load handling 
carrinsre. 2.219,609 ; Oct. 29. 

-\.skin. Joseph, assignor to Fodders Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Inc., Buffalo, N. T. Oil cooler. 2,223.655 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Asmussen. John, Laurel, Md. Valve resoater. 2,219,063 : 
Oct. 22. 

Asnes. Ben.iamin, assignor to Dennison Manufacturing 
Cnmp.Tiiv. Framingham, Mass. Decalcomania transfer. 
2.216.289 : Oct. 1. 

Aspden. Ernest W., Blackpool, England. Pump. 
2,203.646 : June 4. 

Asper, Kaare O.. Honolulu, Hawaii, assignor to Pressed 
Steel Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cane car. 
2.211.683 : Aug. 13. 

A.^selin. Ai'thur N.. Fall River, Mass. Flush tank valve. 
2.206.996 : .July 9. 

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Assmuth, Joseph, and J. A. Mullen, assignors to Fordham 
University, New York, N. Y. Mitosis model. 2,218,078 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Associated Attleboro Manufacturers, Inc. (See Stenberg, 
Knut E. B., assignor.) 

Associated Designers, Inc. (See Jackson, James K., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bakker, 
Pier, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bellamy, 
J. I., Nelson, and Obergfell, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Boswau, Hans 
P., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Labor-atories, Inc. (See Cox, Irvin 
W., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Crocker, 
Thomas F., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Evers, Harry 
G., assignor.) 

.Vssociated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Geitgey, 
Irvin, assignor.) 

dissociated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Glannlnl, 
Gabriel M., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Glenger, 
Fred, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Griffins, Mor- 
ris E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Hadfield, 
Bertram M., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Herrick, Eos- 
well H., assignor.) 

.Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Herrick, R. 
H., and Gilman, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Kessler, 
Frank, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence E.. assignor.) 

.Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, C. E., 
and Bakker, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, C. 
E., and Ffolliott, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, C. E., 
and Martin, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, C. E., 
and Sengebusch, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Mahoney, 
H. P., and Lomax, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Morton, 
Floyd, assignor.) 

.Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell, 
Herbert F., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ostline, John 
B., assignor.) 

-Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, Ed- 
ward S., assignor.) 

-Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Pye, Harold 
C, assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, 
H. C, Bellamy, and Nelson, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, 
H. C, ^Johnston, Nelson, and Clare, assignors.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Sengebusch, 
Hans, assignor.) 

iAssociated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Steinhoff, 
John, E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Voss, John 
H., assignor.) 

/Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wicks, John, 
assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Willis, Ber- 
nard D., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Woodruff, 
Albert E., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Wright, 
Carl O., assignor.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. (See Borton, Alwyn E., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. . (See Koch, Frederick, as- 
signor.) 

Associated Patents, Inc. (See Sizer, Harold S., assignor.) 

Associated Press. (See Biele, Harry M., assignor.) 

Associated Press, The. (See Carlson, Harold, assignor.) 

Associated Press, The. (See Vega, Paul E., assignor.) 

Associated Spring Corporation. (See Border, James D., 
assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Baker, 
George T.. assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Beale, 
Charles E., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Beale, 
C. E., and Richards, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Beale, 
C. E., Richards, and Pearce, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Mack- 
enzie, John F., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See 
McClew. J. W., and Pearce. assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company, (See 
McClew, J. W., and Woodland, assignors.) • 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See 
Pearce, Owen A., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Roseby, Philip N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Saville, 
Willie, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Sa- 
ville, W., and Williams, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Saxby, 
Robert N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Stehlik, 
Rudolph F., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Taylor, 
R., and Baker, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Taylor, R., Baker, and Gillings, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Ter- 
roni, Teseo B. D., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Wright, 
Denis, assignor.) 

Association of American Railroads. (See Cooper, L. H., 
and Nightingale, assignors.) 

Association of American Railroads. (See Mussey, William 
H.) 

Association of American Railroads. (See Nightingale, 
William J.) 

Association of American Soap and Glycerine Producers, 
Inc. (See Lenth, C. W., and Du Puis, assignors.) 

Astatic Microphone Laboratory, Inc. (See Chorpening, 
Creed M., assignor.) 

Astatic Microphone Laboratory, Inc. (See Malat, Frank 
J., assignor.) 

Aste, Anthony L., assignor to Griffin Manufacturing 
Comnany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carton. 2,205,332 ; 
June 18. 

Astin, Allen V. (See Curtiss, L. P., and Astin.) 

Astin, Allen V. (See Peters, Melville F., and Astin.) 

Astin, Allen V. (See Peters, M. F., and Astin.) 

Astle, Percy T., Haven, Kans. Kite. 2,208,786 ; July 23. 

Astle, William. (See Feldmeier, H., and Astle.) 

Astle, William, C^hicago, 111. Heat transfer apparatus. 
2,197,118; Apr. 16. 

Astle, William, Chicago, 111. Gasketed plate. 2,203,123 ; 
June 4. 

Astle, William, Chicago, 111. Plate heat exchanger. 
2,221,937; Nov. 19. 

Astley. William F., Cicero, assignor to Union Asbestos & 
Rubber Company, Chicago, 111. Machine for making 
insulation. 2,191,875 ; Feb. 27. 

Astley, William F., Cicero, assignor to Union Asbestos & 
Rubber Company, Chicago, 111. Heat insulating mate- 
rials. 2,193,546 ; Mar. 12. 

Astradsson, Per A., Lidingo, assignor to Svenska Alctie- 
bolaget Gasaccumulator, Stocliholm, Sweden. Fuel 
combustion. 2,216,178 ; Oct. 1. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Trea dwell Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Ladle. 
2,205,940 ; June 25. 

Astrove, Josenh, assignor to Tidv Products Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Infant's garment. 2,215,951 ; Sept. 
24. 

Astrup Company. The. (See Heiser, Henry C, assignor.) 

Aswad, Joseph T.. Albany, N. Y. Centering gauge for 
stonework. 2,226,302 ; Dec. 24. 

Atchison, Byron L., Kanopolis, Kans. Scissors. 2,195,353 : 
Mar. 26. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Refrigerator. 2,219,833; 
Oct. 29. 

Atchison, Leonard W., and J. L. Fletcher, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Companv. Fan and 
orifice a.ssemblv. 2.217.608: Oct. S. 

Atherley, Percy H., San Anselmo, Calif. Roofing square. 
2,193,793; Mar. 19. 

Athletic Shoe Company, The. (See Shapiro, Isadore, as- 
signor.) 

Athy, Clifford R., assignor to International-Stacey Cor- 
poration, Columbus, Ohio. Emergency control appara- 
tus for well pumping and drilling mechanism. 
2,199,583; May 7. 

Athy, Clifford R., assignor to International-Stacey Corpo- 
ration, Columbus, Ohio. Chain mechanism for connect- 
ing pump rods with walking beams. 2,211,965 ; Aug. 
20. 

Athv, Clifford R,, Columbus. Ohio, assignor to The Pure 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling bit, 2,215,494 ; 
Sept, 24. 

Athy, Clifford R., and R. C. Pfeil, assignors to Interna- 
tional-Stacey Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Counter- 
balancing device. 2,218,967 ; Oct. 22. 

Athy. Lawrence F., and H. R. Prescott, assignors to Con- 
tinental Oil Company, Ponca City, Okla. Logging bore 
holes. 2,199,367 ; Apr, .30. 

Athy, Lawrence F., and H. R. Prescott, assignors to 
Continental Oil Company. Ponca City, Okla. Electrical 
logging. 2.207.280; July 9. 

Athy, Lawrence F., and H. R. Prescott, assignors to 
Continental Oil Company, Ponca City. Okla. Seismic 
method of logging boreholes. 2.207,281 ; July 9. 

Athy, Lawrence F., and E. V. McCollum, assignors to 
Continental Oil Company, Ponca City, Okla. Method 
and apparatus for seismic sui'veying. 2,219,508 ; Oct, 
29, 

Atkin, Lawrence. (See Schultz, A. S., and Atkin.) 

Atkins, E. C, and Company. (See Gommel, Dewey E., 
assignor. 1 

Atkins, Edward G., Jackson, Mich. Carburetor. 
2,210,055 ; Aug. 6. 

Atkins, George T., Barnesboro, Pa. Safety reel for blast- 
ing cables. 2,205,056 ; June 18. 



Atkins, George T., Jr., Highlands, Tex., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Solvent extraction op- 
eration. 2,216,932 ; Oct. 8. 

Atkins, George T., Jr., Highlands, Tex., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Solvent treating proc- 
ess. 2,216,933 ; Otc. 8. 

Atkins, Glenn M. (See Matthews, I. C, and Atkins.) 

Atkins, Harold J., Pocoima, and S. B. Bennett, San Fer- 
nando, assignors to C. C. Goodson and J. F. Fischbeck, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Hydraulic drive and control de- 
vice. 2,201,878 ; May 21. 

Atkins, Harry C. (See Davis, W. G., and Atkins.) 

Atkins, Paul M., Montclair, N. J. Book. 2,213,662 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Atkins, Thomas J., East Orange, assignor to Worthington 
Pump and Machinery Corporation, Harrison, N. J. Re- 
pass air conditioning system. 2,198,449 ; Apr. 23. 

Atkinson, Flavins W. (See Slayter, G,, Atkinson, and 
Fletcher.) 

Atkinson, Flavins W. (See Thomas, J. H., Fletcher, and 
Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Henry T., Oakland, Calif. Power transmitting 
apparatus. 2,199,867 ; May 7. 

Atkinson, Herbert S., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 
The Hayward Company, New York, N. Y. Grab bucket. 
2,188,672 ; Jan. 30. 

Atkinson, Jerome T., Winnetka, 111. Adjustable bed- 
spring. 2,225,895 ; Dec. 24. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J., assignor to General 
Cable Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electric cable. 
2,197,544 ; Apr. 16. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
General Cable Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for measuring eccentricity in tubular 
conductors. 2,200,827 ; May 14. 

Atkinson, Spencer R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, New York, N. Y. Orthodontic ap- 
pliance and producing the same. 2,196,515 ; Apr. 9. 

Atkinson, Spencer R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, New York, N. Y. Orthodontic ap- 
pliance and producing the same. 2,196,516 ; Apr. 9. 

Atkinson, Truman L., Ludington, Mich. Adjustable win- 
dow ventilator. 2,197,233 ; Apr. 16. 

Atkinson, Truman L., Ludington, Mich. Window screen 
construction. 2,207,213 ; July 9. 

Atkinson, William B., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Gasket material. 2,196,407 ; Apr. 9. 

Atlanta Utility Works. (See Thomason, Ernest K., as- 
signor.) 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The. (See Rue, Harold 
E., assignor.) 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The. (See Savrda, 
Charles M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The. (See Taylor, 
Harden F., assignor.) 

Atlantic Rayon Corporation. (See Little, R., Fralm, and 
Tholl, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Aldinger, W. W., 
and Hall, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Boyd, James H., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Griesinger, Wil- 
liam K., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Hershberger, 
Arthur B., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Johnson, James 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Lipkin, David, 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Marks, E. M., 
and Jolmson, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Panagiotflkos, Paul 
C, assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Roberts, Oscar L., 
assignor. ) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Schreiber, William, 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Thompson, Ken- 
neth M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Service Company. (See Williams, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc. (See Atwood, Francis 
C, assignor.) 

Atlantic Stamping Company. (See Dowling, Martin J., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Zinc Works, Inc. (See Ruzicka, John, assignor.) 

Atl.ns Bolt & Screw Company, The. (See Schellentrager, 
Eugene W., assignor.) 

Atlas Floor Surfacing Machinery Corporation. (See 
Okun, Nathaniel N., assignor.) 

Atlas Mineral Products Company, The. (See Payne, 
Claron R., assignor.) 

Atlas-Ometer Co. (See Jameson, Clarence W., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Bremer, Clarence, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Bucy, Edmond H., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Large, S. B., and Rolland, 
assignors.) 

Atlas Shoe Products Corporation. (See Shrager, H., and 
Shinberg, assignors.) 

Atlas Valve Company. (See Davis, Verner F., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Atlee, Zed J., Chicago, 111., assignor to General Electric 
X-Ray Corporation. Rotatable anode X-ray tube. 
2,185,826 ; Jan. 2. 
Attari, Hatim. (See Rendle, Valdemar, assignor.) 
Attarian, Sarkis T., Brooklyn, N. Y. HooIj attaching de- 
vice and spreader. 2,196,620 ; Apr. 9. 

Attenhofer, Adolf, Zurich, Switzerland. Ski binding. 
2,192,066 ; Feb. 27. ^ ^ ^, . 

Attman, Myer, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-fourth to 
M. Hershson, New York, N. Y. Woman's garment. 
2,211,966 ; Aug. 20. 

Attwood, John G., assignor to Battelle Memorial Institute, 
Columbus, Ohio. Method and apparatus for separating 
solid materials from a liquid suspension. 2,193,706 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Atwater, Henry, Worcester, Mass. Formation of corru- 
gated webs. 2,193,052 ; Mar. 12. 

Atwater, Henry, Worcester, Mass. Manufacture of stay 
tapes. 2,193,053; Mar. 12. 

Atwater, Jack M., New York, N. Y. Automobile body 
construction. 2,191,269 ; Feb. 20. 

Atwater, Karl W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic lubrica- 
tion device. 2,204,171 ; June 11. 

Atwell,, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of motor fuel. 2,187,696 ; Jan. 16. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Con- 
version of hydrocarbons. 2,188,638 ; Jan. 30. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Convert- 
ing hydrocarbons. 2,193,797 ; Mar. 19. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process Man- 
agement Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Conversion 
of hydrocarbons. 2,193,798 ; Mar. 19. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process Man- 
agement Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Conversion 
of hydrocarbons. 2,193,799 ; Mar. 19. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Treating hydrocarbon fluids. 2,213,114 ; Aug. 27. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbon gases. 2.215,062 ; Sept. 17. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to 
Gasoline Products Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Heat- 
ing hydrocarbon fluids. 2,216.684 ; Oct. 1. 

Atwell, Harold V., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Separating wax from oils. 
2,218,511 : Oct. 22. 

Atwood, Benjamin F., assignor to Back Bay Electro- 
type and Engraving Co., Boston, Mass. Electrotype 
printing plate and producing the same. 2,222,013 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, assignor to Atlantic Research 
Associates, Inc., Newtonville, Mass, Stabilized aqueous 
protein dispersion, 2,198,596 ; Apr. 30. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, Mass., assignor to Atlantic 
Research Associates, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Produc- 
ing clean wet-ground mica. 2,204,063 ; June 11. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, Mass., assignor to Atlantic 
Research Associates, Inc. Package and noncorrodible 
container, 2,204,746 ; June 18. 

Atwood. Francis C, Newton, Mass., assignor to Atlantic 
Research Associates, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Protein 
composition and foam abatement. 2,220,700 ; Nov. 5. 

Atwood, Harry C, assignor to Durkee-Atwood Company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Facilitating removal of cover 
strips of frost shields. 2,212,726 ; Aug. 27. 

Atwood, Harry G,, Peoria, 111. Processing cereals for 
rapid filtration and recovery of grain solubles. 
2,222,306 ; Nov. 19. 

Atwood Machine Company. (See Winslow, Albert E., as- 
signor.) 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Gordon, William 
R., assignor.) 

Atwood & Morrill Co. (See Hose, Alexander V., as- 
signor.) 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,200,250 ; May 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,200,251 ; May 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,200,252 ; Blay 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,200,253 ; May 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge. 2,200,439 ; May 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111. Hinge, 2,200,440 ; May 
14. 

Atwood, Seth B., Rockford, 111, Hinge. 2,200,441 ; May 
14. 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Johnson, 
George H., assignor.) 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Lustig, 
Walter R., assignor.) 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Van Voor- 
hees, Harold E,, assignor,) 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The. (See Winter- 
corn, A. F., and McCanna, assignors.) 

Atwood, Winfield A., Yeadon, Pa,, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Auxiliary switch. 2,204,393 •, June 
11. 



Atwood, Winfleld A., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,218,374 ; Oct. 15. 

Aub, Samuel L., and W. B. Long, Cleveland, Ohio ; said 
Long assignor to said Aub. Drinking fountain. 
2,202,807; May 28. 

Auberschek, Joseph F., Milwaukee, Wis. Fluid filter. 
2,190,305 ; Feb. 13. 

Aubert, Emile H,, Paris, assignor to Soci6t6 pour la Real- 
isation et I'Exploitation d'Inventions Mecaniques 
"Reim", Neuilly sur Seine, Seine, France. Racket for 
tennis and like games. 2,193,526 ; Mar. 12. 

Auburn Automobile Company. (See Johnson, Gordon G,, 
assignor.) 

Auburn Central Manufacturing Corporation. (See Weile- 
mann, John, assignor.) 

Auburn Foundry, Inc. (See Fitch, Hurshel H., assignor.) 

Auchincloss, Samuel S., Darien, Conn., assignor to New 
York Quotation Company, New York, N. Y. Printing 
telegraph apparatus. 2,201,641 ; May 21. 

Aucoin, Riley A., Overton, Tex. Dual control lift mecha- 
nism. 2,197,064; Apr. 16. 

Aucoin, Riley A., Overton, Tex., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Apparatus for producing oil 
from subsurface deposits. 2,213,372 : Sept. 3. 

Audilet, Osmar A., Yorktown, Tex. Agricultural imple- 
ment. 2,225,516 ; Dec. 17. 

Auditorium Conditioning Corporation. (See Seid, Her- 
man, assignor, ) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation, (See Guba, Raymond 
J,, assignor,) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation. (See Sclierfel, Otto C, 
assignor. ) 

Auer, George A., et al. (See Eisler, Henry G., assignor.) 

Auer, George A., assignor to Wagner Sign Service, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Sign and sign character. 2,202,888 ; 
June 4. 

Auer, John, Norwalk, Conn. Eyeshield. 2,194,192 ; Mar, 
19. 

Auer, John, East Norwalk, Conn. Wet blocking maxfliinfe 
for hats. 2,202,367 ; May 28. 

Auer, Laszlo, Mansfield, Mass. Synthetic resin. 2,207,847; 
July 16. 

Auer, LSszlo, Budapest, Hungary, assignor to J. R. New- 
man, as trustee, Washington, D. C. Manufacture of 
modified, heat-bodied oil products. 2,189,772 ; Feb. t3. 

Auer, LS.SZ16, Budapest, Hungary, assignor to J. R. 
Newman, trustee, Washington, D. C. Modifica- 
tion of the physical properties of isocoUoids. 2,213,943 ; 
Sept. 10. 

Auer, LSszie, Budapest, Hungary, assignor to J. R. New- 
man, trustee, Washington, D. C. Colloidal transfor- 
mations of organic isocolloids. 2,213,944 ; Sept. 10, 

Auer, Wilhelm, assignor to J, M. Voith, Heidenheim-on- 
the-Brenz, Germany. Turbotransmission control means. 
2,214,190 ; Sept. 10. 

Auerbach Bath Robe Co. • (See Auerbach, Samuel, as- 
signor.) 

Auerbach, Samuel, assignor to Auerbach Bath Robe Co., 
New York. N. Y. Garment belt. 2,189,413 ; Feb, 6, 

Auergesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kerstan, W., 
Diehl, and Deseke, assignors.) 

Auerhahn, Albert. (See Stadler, R., and Auerhahn.) 

Auerhahn, Albert, Neckargemuend, and R. Stadler, Heidel- 
berg, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Conversion of 
compounds of the acetylene series. 2,210,828: Au^. 6. 

Aufderhar, Arthur W. (See Groene, W. F., and Autder- 
har.) 

Aufiero, John M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automobile heater and 
windshield defroster. 2,197,172 ; Apr. 16, 

Aufiero, John R,, assignor to E. A, Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Control device and system. 2,200,235 ; 
May 7. 

Augat, Ernest H., Attleboro, Mass. Gem setting. 
2,222,061 ; Nov. 19. 

Augenstein, Eugen, Pforzheim, Germany, assignor to Uni- 
versal Chain Co., Inc., Maplewood, N. J. Ornamental 
chain and method of making. 2,220.828 ; May 14. 

Augenstein, Karl C, Cranston, assignor to Speidel Corpo- 
ration, Providence. R. I. Key ring. 2,224,073 : Dec. 3. 

Augenstein, William C. (See Townsend, A. H., and 
Augenstein.) 

Auger, Harold, Burnham, and W. E. Pearson, London, 
England, deceased ; N. P. Nicholson, executrix or ad- 
ministratrix. Storage equipment. 2,186,854 ; Jan. 9. 

Auger, Harold, Burnham, and W. E. Pearson, deceased, 
London, England ; N. P. Nicholson, executrix or admin- 
istratrix. Garage or car park, 2,201,939 ; May 21. 

Auger, Harold, Burnham, and W, Edgerly Pearson, de- 
ceased, London, by N. P. Nicholson, executrix. Maiden- 
head, England, Storage and like equipment for ve- 
hicles. 2,216,637 ; Oct. 1. 

Augier-Queyras, Jean F. (See Valtat, Raymond L. A., 
assignor.) 

Augustadt, Herbert W., Valley Stream, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Two-way communication system. 2,214,804 ; Sept. 17. 

Augustadt, Herbert W., Valley Stream, assigrnor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone repeater control circuit. 2,223,200 ; Nov. 26. 

-iugustin, Franz, assignor of one-half to P. SchrOder, 
Hamburg, Germany. Cuff. 2,209,376 ; July 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Augustine, Harold B., Kenmore, N. Y. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,222,134 ; Nov. 19. 

Augustine, Jesse R., Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y., and 
W. W. Gorman, West Allis, assignors to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Gyratory 
eccentric bearing. 2,192,483 ; Mar. 5. 

Augustine, Vada F. C, Concord, Calif. Window air cool- 
er. 2,225,963 ; Dec. 24. 

Augustyniak, Michael W. (See Weisenburg, A., and 
Augustyniak.) 

Aulbach, Charles J., Syracuse, assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
internally stripping can body side seams. 2,206,801 ; 
July 2. 

Auld, Donald W., and L. J. Weber, Bartlesville, Okla., 
assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Remotely 
controlled connector apparatus. 2,225,252 ; Dec. 17. 

Ault, Waldo C, and C. A. Hochwalt, Dayton, Ohio, as- 
signors to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Vapor phase refining of hydrocarbon distillates. 
2,192,174; Mar. 5. 

Aumtiller, Walter. (See Bockmiihl, M., Ehrhart, Ruschig, 
and Aumiiller.) 

Aura, Carl A. (See Frisk, E. T., and Aura.) 

Aurand, Ethel M. (See Aurand, Frank E., Jr., assignor.) 

Aurand, Prank E., Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to 
E. M. Aurand, Oak Park, 111. Cutting tool. 2,199,383 ; 
May 7. 

Aurbach, Kurt, assignor to Anker Werke A.-G., Bielefeld, 
Germany. Serial number mechanism. 2,214,805 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Aurex Corporation. (See Ewing, Edwin C, Jr., assignor.) 

Aurex Corporation. (See Huth, Walter H., assignor.) 

Aurien, Ray G. (See Baselt, W. H., and Aurien.) 

Aurig, Max, Munich, Germany. Device for purifying, 
cooling, and mixing gases. 2,208,743 ; July 23. 

Ausherman, Harry S., and W. S., Abilene, Kans. Agri- 
cultural machine. 2,214,396 ; Sept. 10. 

Ausherman, William S. (See Ausherman, Harry S., and 
W. S.) 

Auslander, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Picture hanger. 
2,224,008 ; Dec. 3. 

Ausman, Ralph B., Meridian, assignor of one-half to 
R. C. Chattin, Boise, Idaho. Butter mold. 2,222,135 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Aust, Joseph B., assignor to Tlie Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive article and manufac- 
turing the same. 2,224,009 ; Dec. 3. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Power supply system. 2,194,288 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Austad, Grover R., Salt Lake City, Utah. Glasses and 
eye protector. 2,206,997 ; July 9. 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Merrick, Albert W., 
assignor.) 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Merrick, A. W., and 
Beier, assignors.) 

Austerman, Karl, Trenton, N. J. Treating oil wells. 
2,218,306 : Oct. 15. 

Austin, Arthur E. (See Austin, George A. and A. E.) 

Austin, Arthur O., near Barberton, Ohio. Manufacturing 
ceramic or vitreous ware. 2,224,853 ; Dec. 17. 

Austin, Bascum C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Motor control system. 2,186,227 ; Jan. 9. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Motor control system. 2,215,314 ; Sept. 17. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, and G. L. Moses, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motoj con- 
trol system. 2,200,072 ; May 7. 

Austin, Charles J., Elkton, Md. Japanese beetle insecti- 
cide. 2,209,744 : July 30. 

Austin Company, The. (See Eiber, H. E., and Drucken- 
brod, assignors.) 

Austin, Dennis T., Jr. (See Newton, W. A., Jr., and 
Austin.) 

Austin, Dwight E., Orchard Lake, assignor to Yellow 
Truck & Coach Manufacturing Company, Pontiac, Mich. 
Sway stabilizer. 2,186,279 ; Jan. 9. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth moving 
device. 2,190,346 ; Feb. 13. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth mover. 
2,190,347; Feb. 13. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Man- 
ufacturing Company, Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth 
moving device. 2,198,147 ; Apr. 23. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Man- 
ufacturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Earth mover. 2,203,713 ; June 11. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., nssignor to La Plant-Choato Man- 
ufacturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Earth mover. 2,204,033 ; June 11. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate 
Manufacturing Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth mover. 
2,215,025 ; Sept. 17. 
Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate 
Manufacturing Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth 
moving device. 2,215,026 ; Sept. 17. 
Austin, Florence G. (See Austin, Wendell P., assignor.) 



Austin, Frank J., Fargo, N. Dak., assignor to Certain-Teed 
Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. Covering ele- 
ment. 2,196,847 ; Apr. 9. 

Austin, George A. and A. E., Los Angeles, Calif. Cuticle 
guard. 2,220,363 ; Nov. 5. 

Austin, H. A., Company, The. (See Austin, Herbert A., 
assignor. ) 

Austin, Harry M., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Com- 
pany, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Molded flooring material. 
2,221,038; Nov. 12. 

Austin, Harry M., and J. A. Muir, assignors to Crown 
Cork & Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore, Md. Vibration 
absorbing supporting structure. 2,212,142 ; Aug. 20. 

Austin, Herbert A., Boston, assignor to The H. A. Austin 
Company, Incorporated, Worcester, Mass. Breast form. 
2,185,761 ; Jan. 2. 

Austin, James A. (See Brown, H. P., and Austin.) 

Austin, John J., Beverly, Mass. Poultry drinking foun- 
tain. 2,224,211 ; Dec. 10. 

Austin Motor Company, The. (See Colell, Richard F., 
assignor.) 

Austin, Paul G., Pasadena, Calif. Adjustable garden 
rake. 2,222,163; Nov. 19. 

-Uistin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Plasticized synthetic lin- 
ear polyamide composition. 2,214,397 ; Sept. 10. 

.i.ustln, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Treating textiles. 
2,216,406 ; Oct. 1. 

.\ustin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic filament. 
2,226,529 ; Dec. 31. 

.lustin, Walter C, Burbank, and W. Hill, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Circuit control device. 2,207,189 ; July 9. 

Austin, Walter S., Grand Rapids, Mich. Spring sus- 
pension for vehicles. 2,224,717 ; Dec. 10. 

Austin, Wendell F., assignor to F. G. Austin, Medford, 
Mass. Combination water and air conditioning ap- 
paratus. 2,212,222 ; Aug. 20. 

Austral Cabinet Company Limited. (See Newnes, Henry 
J., assignor.) 

Autem, Fred, assignor to Textile Machine Works, 
Wyomissing, Pa. Knitting machine yarn carrier bar 
control. 2,219,733 ; Oct. 29. 

Au-Temp-Co Corporation. (See Midyette, John T., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Auth, Charles, Malba, Long Island, N. Y. Apartment 
house signaling and telephone system. 2,193,505 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Auth, Charles, Malba, Long Island, assignor to Auth Elec- 
trical Specialty Co., New York, N. Y. Chime signal. 
2,208,066 ; July 16. 

Auth Electrical Specialty Co. (See Auth, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Bijur, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Specialties Manufacturing Company. (See Lucker, 
Millard B., assignor.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Bosan, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Schulz, Conrad, 
assignor.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Schulz, R. E. C, and 
Berndt, assignors.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Schwenk, Kurt, 
assignor.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Siebler, O., and 
Boxan, assignors.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Tandetzke, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft. (See Weber, Hermann, 
assignor.) 

Autobridge, Inc. (See Sterne, Norman R., assignor.) 

Autocall Company, The. (See Harrington, James R., as- 
signor. ) 

"Autocalor", Soei^tS Anonyme. (See Lavergne, Jean, 
assignor.) 

Autochute Corporation. (See Hart, Richard H., as- 
signor.) 

Autogenwerk "Sirius" Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haf- 
tung. (.See Becker, Ernst, assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Anderson, Robert 
(J.,' assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Bennett, James 
A. J., assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Campbell, Harris S., 
assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See de la Cierva, Juan, 
assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Larsen, Agnew E., 
assienor. ) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Pitcairn, Harold 
F., assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Ray, James G., as- 
signor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Schairer, George 
S., assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. (See Stanley, Paul H., 
assignor.) 

Autographic Register Company. (See Antrim, Louis C, 
assignor.) 

Autographic Register Company. (See Borchers, William 
G., assignor.) 



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37 



Autographic Register Co. (See Brenn, Carl W., as- 
signor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Guilbert, Frank H., 

assignor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Heim, Carl, as- 
signor.) 
Autographic Register Company. (See Johnson, Arthur A., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Appliance Company, The. (See Mapel, Lewis A., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Appliance Company, The. (See Ray, Frederick, 

assignor.) 
Automatic Control Corporation. (See Persons, Lawrence 

M., assignor.) 
Automatic Cook Corporation. (See Sherman, Carroll J., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Bahr, Gustave F., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Cohen, Joseph H., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Conboy, Russell D., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Johnson, Arthur A., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Devices Corporation. (See Lehmaun, Herbert 

G., assignor.) 
Automatic Draft and Stove Company. (See Adams, 

Holcombe C, assignor.) 
Automatic Drive and Transmission Company. (See Bate- 
man, Roy D., assignor.) 
Automatic Engraving Machine Company. (See Bennett, 

Joseph A., assignor.) 
Automatic Flax Production Units, The. (See Soenens, 

Maurice A., assignor.) 
Automatic Guns, Incorporated. (See Hoaglaud, R. W., 

and Shepherd, assignors.) 
-Vutomatic Instrument Co. (See Green, Clifford H.) 
Automatic Instrument Company. (See Olson, Phillip W., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Lubrication Company. (See Moore, George L., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Machinery Corporation. (See Crouch, Richard 

H., assignor.) 
Automatic Packaging Machinery Company. (See Sand- 
berg, Oscar, assignor.) 
-Xutomatic Power Transmission Company. (See Schlote, 

Guido F., assignor.) 
Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, R. W., and 

Reeves, assignors.) 
Automatic Products Company. (See McCarty, Lourdes V., 

assignor.) 
Automatic Products Company. (See Newman, Frederick 

H., assignor.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Heftier, P., and Carmick, 
assignors.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Hey, Henry W., assignor.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Mohun, William W., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Shifters, Inc. (See Simonick, Virgil F., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Signal Corporation. (See Barker, John L., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Signal Corporation. (See Paul, Joseph N., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Signal Corporation. (See Wilcox, Harry A., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Switch Co. (See Stumpf, George, assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company. (See Simpson, 
Lancelot M., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company. (See Wil- 
liams, Merrel O., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company, Limited. (See 
Thompson, G. W., and Renshaw, assignors.) 

Automatic Voting Machine Corporation. (See Gustav- 
son, Alvin N., assignor.) 

Automatic Washer Company. (See Parish, Fred A., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Washer Company. (See Vincent, Merlin S., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Winding Company. (See Thomas, Leslie G., 
assignor.) 

Automotive Devices Company. (See Friedman, Harry, 
assignor.) 

-Automotive Devices, Inc. (See Jameson, Charles 31., as- 
signor.) 

Automotive Improvement Patents Corporation. (See 
Burtnett, Everett R., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Zimmerman, 
Herman W., assignor.) 

Automotive Oil Power, Inc. (See Behling, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

.Automotive Products Company. (See Brock, D. T., and 
Gates, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company. (See Lapwood, Keith E., 
assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Beeston, 
John P., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brock, 
Denis T., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brock, D. 
T., and Trapp, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brown, 
Francis V., assignor.) 



Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, 
Edward C. S., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, 
E. C. S., and Kahl, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Gates, 
Geoffrey R. G., assignor.) 

Autombtive Products Company Limited. (See Hayes, C, 
and Chouings, assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Parker, 
Sydney M., assignor.) 

Automotive Products (Company Limited, et al. (See 
Thornhill, Peter W.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Trapp, 
George J., assignor. 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See A'an Vost- 
raut, G., and Parnell, assignors.) 

Autophon Aktiengesellschaft. (See Hebel, M., and Gundl- 
finger, assignors.) 

Autoxygen luc. (See Kokatnur, Vaman R., assignor.) 

Autoxygen Inc. (See Kokatnur, V. R., and Plantlnga, 
assignors.) 

.Vutoyre Company, The. (See Sanford. Roy S., assignor.) 

AuwUrter, Max, and K. Ruthardt, assignors to W. C. 
Heraeus G. m. b. H., Hanau-on-the-Main, Germany, 
Alloy. 2,200,050; May 7. 

Avakian, liag<lasar, assignor to Eastern Products Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. Mechanical pencil. 2,210,158 ; 
Aug. 6. 

-Vvanzini. Leander. (See Bohrn, H., and Avanzini.) 

Avary, Thomas J., Lamed, Kans. Dandelion extractor. 
2,210,440 ; Aug. 6. 

Avedikian, Souren Z., New York, N. Y. Detergent com- 
position simulating olive oil soaps. 2,187,536 ; Jan. 16. 

Avenson, Lorenzo M., Oak Park, assignor to Mont- 
gomery Ward & Co., Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Dis- 
play panel and the like. 2,212,313 ; Aug. 20. 

Averey, Harold T., San Luis Obispo, Calif., assignor to 
Marchant Calculating Machine Company. Calculating 
machine. 2,200,588 ; May 14. 

Averill, Earl A., Adams, N. Y. Tank gauge for moving 
vehicles. 2,210,159 ; Aug. 6. 

Averill. Rex G.. assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Trolley tender. 2,202,723 ; May 28. 

Averill. William D., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling 
Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Broaching ma- 
chine. 2,225,731 ; Dec. 24. 

Avery, B. F., and Sons Company. (See Ray, Charles T., 
assignor.) 

Avery, Clarence W., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Murray 
Corporation of America. Upholstery forming appara- 
tus. 2,185,827 ; Jan. 2. 

Avery, Clarence W., Detroit, Jlich., assignor to The 
Murray Corporation of America. Applying padding 
to inner trim panels. 2,193.263 ; Mar. 12. 

Avery, Clarence W., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Mur- 
ray Corporation of America. Apparatus for preparing 
inner trim panels. 2,199,062 ; Apr. 30. 

Avery, Clarence W., and A. H. Haberstump, Detroit, Mich., 
assignors to The Murray Corporation of America. Up- 
holstery forming apparatus. 2.188,995 ; Feb. 6. 

Avery Farm Machinery Company. (See Ashley, Edwin 
O., assignor.) 

Avery, George S., Jr., New London, Conn., dedicated, by 
mesne assignments, to the Government and people of 
the United States and Territories. Growth control. 
2,220,505 ; Nov. 5. 

Avery- HardoU Limited. (See Eraser, John, assignor.) 

Avery, Harold T. (See Warner, L. E., and Avery.) 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif. Rotative wing aircraft. 
2,219,288 ; Oct. 29. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,211,225 ; Aug. 13. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,211,736; Aug. 13. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,216,659 ; Oct. 1. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Blachine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,217.195 ; Oct. 8. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,222,164 ; Nov. 19. 

Avery, Henry A., Groton, assignor to L C Smith & Corona 
Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Machine support. 
2,225,093 ; Dec. 17. 

Avery, Henry A., and J. P. Barkdoll, Groton, assignors 
to L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, 
N. Y. Case shift mechanism for typewriting machines. 

2.206.016 ; July 2. 

Avery. Henry A., and J. P. Barkdoll, Groton, assignors 
to L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, 
N. Y. Case shift mechanism for typewriting machines. 

2.206.017 ; July 2. 

Avery, Henry A., J. P. Barkdoll, and L. F. Evans, Groton, 
assignors to L. C. Smith & Corono Typewriters, Inc., 
Syracuse, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 2,218,736 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Avery, Julian M., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Arthur 
D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Blast furnace power 
system. 2,102,885 ; Mar. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Avery, Julian M., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Arthur D. 

Little, Inc., New York, N. Y. Blast furnace process. 

2,216,727 ; Oct. 8. 
Avery, Park, Oakland, Calif. Massage roller. 2,213,482 ; 

Sept. 3. 
Avery, Ray S., Los Angeles, Calif. Method and apparatus 

for making label units. 2,220,071 ; Nov. 5. 
Avery, Rube A., Hot Springs National Park, Ark. Brake 

apparatus. 2,204,720; June 18. 
Avery, True M., Glens Falls, assignor to Union Bag & 

Paper Corporation, Hudson Falls, N. Y. Bag. 

2.193.755 ; Mar. 12. 

Avery, True M., Glens Falls, assignor to Union Bag & 
Paper Corporation, Hudson Falls, N. Y. Making bags. 

2.193.756 ; Mar. 12. 

Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Binns, Arthur, assignor.) 
Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Yates, Harry, assignor.) 
Avetta, Albert J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Charcoal grill. 

2,201,756 ; May 21. 
Aviation Developments Limited. (See Verdon-Roe, Al- 

liott, assignor.) 
Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See Anderson, W 

S., Jr., and Staber, assignors.) 
Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See Gehret, Ed 

ward F., assignor.) 
Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hoffman, 

Samuel K., assignor.) 
Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hoffman, S 

K., and Wiener, assignors.) 
Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See Lampton 

Glen T., assignor.) 
Avila, Abelardo G. (See Dimm, C. R., and Avila.) 
Avila, Frank W., Fort Wayne. Ind., assignor to Interna 

tional Harvester Company. Automotive vehicle, 

2,187,410 ; Jan. 16. 
Avlns, Jack. (See Rider, J. F., and Avins.) 
Avis, Samuel W., Providence, R. I., assignor to The Reece 

Button Hole Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Sewing 

machine. 2,186,228 : Jan. 9. 
Awbrey, Samuel C, Kansas City, Mo. Making dividing 

bars. 2,216,898 ; Oct. 8. 
Awbrey, ^Villiam P., Kansas City, Mo. Support and spacer 

for concrete reinforcements. 2,188,424 ; Jan. 30. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 

Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,193,852 ; 

Mar. 19. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 

Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Double glass panel adapter for 

window sash. 2,193,853 ; Mar. 19. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 

Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,197,913 ; 

Apr. 23. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 

Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Sash holder mechanism. 

2,204,464 ; June 11. 
Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 

Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,207,772 ; 

July 16. 
Axe, William N., and D. D. Henson, Austin, Tex., assign- 
ors to Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, 

Calif. Germicide. 2,198,899 ; Apr. 30. 
Axel, Israel. (See Kuylen, John, assignor.) 
Axelrod, Kenneth M. (See Cipher, Hugh P., assignor.) 
Axelrod. Solomon, New York, N. Y. Spelling game. 

2.218.375 : Oct. 15. 

Axelrod, Solomon, assignor of one-third to I. Bailer, 
New York, and one-third to M. Ember, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Individual alarm watch. 2,223,243 -Nov. 26. 

Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Grad, Harold, as- 
signor.) 

Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Mancuso, Victor, as- 
signor.) 

Axlocksen Ski Products, Inc. (See Simonsen, I. P., and 
Hannan, assignors.) 

Axson, Barney B., North, S. C. Liquid level gauge. 

2.194.376 ; Mar. 19. 

Axtell, Willard G., and R. E. Fraseur, Los Angeles, Calif. ; 

said Axtell assignor to said Fraseur. Fire extinguisher. 

2,208,490 ; July 16. 
Axthelm, Hermine, Rockville Centre, assignor to Waldes 

Koh-I-Noor, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Interlocking 

fastener slider. 2,204,562 ; June IS. 
Axthelm, Hermine, Rockville Centre, assignor to Waldes 

Koh-I-Noor, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Interlocking 

fastener slider. 2,223,347 ; Dec. 3. 
Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 

Salem. Mass. Can filling machine. 2,187,615 ; Jan. 16. 
Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 
Aycock, Maurice F., Pace, Miss. Cotton drier. 2,192,823 ; 

Mar. 5. 
Aydelott, John C. (See Keep, O. A., and Aydelott.) 
Aydelott, John C, Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 

Company. System of control. 2,215,993 ; Sept. 24. 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass. Shoemaking method. 

2,197,777 ; Apr. 23. 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Brown 

Company, Berlin, N. H. Manufacture of thick-soled 

or platform shoes. 2,199,868 ; May 7. 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Brown 

Company, Berlin, N. H. Multiply counter. 2,212,580 ; 

Aug. 27. 
Ayers, Fred L., Watertown, Mass., assignor of one-half to 

N. Elkin. Shoo and making the same. 2,214,603 : Sept. 

10. 



(See Henderson, L. M., Ayers, 



Beer cooler. 2,199,718 ; 



Ayers, George W., Jr. 

Raine, and Ross.) 
Ayers, Ray C, Hutchinson, Kans, 

May 7. 
Ayers, William, Evanston, 111. Temperature controlled 

heating apparatus. 2,212,285 ; Aug. 20. 
Ayler, Lloyd E., Spokane, Wash. Fur cleaning machine. 

2,206,148 ; July 2. 
Ayo, Eddie J. (See Ayo, Ishmeal J., assignor.) 
Ayo, Ishmeal J., assignor of one-half to E. J. Ayo, New 

Iberia, La. Agricultural implement. 2,193,157 ; Mar. 

12. 
Ayotte, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Device for dispensing 

liquids, granulated products, and the like. 2,187,927 ; 

Jan. 23. 
Ayotte, Joseph F., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Two-tone reflector flashlight. 

2,188,129 ; Jan. 23. 
Ayres, Arthur U., Chestnut Hill, Pa., assignor to The 

Sharpies Corporation. Centrifugal machine. 2,209,723 ; 

July 30. 
Ayres, Derek E. R., A. Batley, and E. B. Knott, Weald- 
stone, England, assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Antihalation and filter layers for 

photographic film. 2,199,978 ; May 7. 
Ayers, Edgar H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electromagnet. 2,207,572 ; July 9. 
Ayres, Millman M. (See Collett, C. H., and Ayres.) 
Ayres, Pennie R., Washington, D. C. Seconds setting 

mechanism for watches or clocks. 2,212,535 ; Aug. 

27. 
Ayres, Reginald J. (See Geiger, W. J., and Ayres.) 
Ayres, Waldemar A. (See Brand, S., and Ayres.) 
Ayres, Waldemar, New York, N. Y. Dispenser. 

2,202,079 ; May 28. 
Ayres, Waldemar A., assignor to International Business 

Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Punching and 

printing device. 2,189,023 ; Feb. 6. 
Ayres, Waldemar A., assignor to International Business 

Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Recording ma- 
chine. 2,217,150 ; Oct. 8. 
Azbe, Victor J., Webster Groves, Mo. Calcining appara- 
tus. 2,199,384; May 7. 
Azzara, Santo, Jamaica, N. Y. Shoe lasting. 2,203,247 ; 

June 4. 

(See Macdonald, Alexander D., as- 



(See McGill, John H., assignor.) 
(See McGill, J. H., and Wedger, 

(See Wedger, Walter H., assignor.) 
(See Golden, L. J., and Aronov, 

(See Schulz, Christopher A., as- 



B. B. Chemical Co. 
sign or.) 

B. B. Chemical Co. 

B. B. Chemical Co. 
assignors.) 

B. B. Chemical Co. 

B and B Shoe Company, 
assignors.) 

B. G. Corporation, The. 
signer.) 

B H and M Company. (See Howe, Andrew F., assignor.) 

B-L Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Peters, Carl 
E., assignor.) 

B-L Electric Manufacturing Co., The. (See Wein, Samuel, 
assignor.) 

B R E Manufacturing Company. (See Leslie, Howard C, 
assignor.) 

B. S. A. Tools Limited. (See Ogilvie, William, assignor.) 

B. W. B. Company, The. (See Witwer, W. J., and Bunyan, 
assignors.) 

B. W. Manufacturing Company. (See Berkebil, Lee, as- 
signor. ) 

Baade, Henry, assignor to Bendix Products Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Door operator. 2,194,782 ; Mar. 
26. 

Baade, Henry, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix Prod- 
ucts Corpbration, South Bend, Ind. Braking system. 
2,215,602 ; Sept. 24. 

Baader, Rudolf, and K. F. Schlichting, Lubeck, Germany. 
Fish fillet skinning machine and method. 2,215,114 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Automatic 
compensated control system. 2,208,559 ; July 23. 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Oil burner control 
system. 2,217,886 ; Oct. 15. 

Baak, Albert E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Companv, Minneapolis, Minn. Temperature 
control system. 2,222,600 ; Nov. 26. 

Baash, Lawrence F., assignor to Baash-Ross Tool Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary table assembly. 
2,204,645 ; June 18. 

Baash, Lawrence F., assignor to Baash-Ross Tool Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Bushing for use in rotary 
tables. 2,204,646; June 18. 

Baash, Lawrence F., assignor to Baash-Ross Tool Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary table bushing. 
2,204.647; June 18. 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Anderson, Ernest E., 
assienor.) 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Baash, Lawrence F., 
assignor.) 

Babbitt, Dean, Scarsdale, N. Y., and H. Scheibler, Geneva, 
Switzerland. Hearing-aid amplifier. 2,225,597 ; Dec. 
17. 

Babcock, Dale F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Separation of hydro- 
carbons. 2,222,275 ; Nov. 19. 



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Babcock, Dale F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus and a process 
for the recovery of gasoline from cracked petroleum hy- 
drocarbons. 2,222,276 ; Nov. 19. 

Babcock, David L., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Brake mechanism. 2,226,152 ; Dec. 
24. 

Babcock, Garrison, Seattle, assignor to A. H. B. Jordan, 
Everett, Wash. Radio program annunciator. 

2,207,394 ; July 9. 

Babcock, George H., Lakewood, Ohio. Door operating 
mechanism. 2,221,039 ; Nov. 12. 

Babcock, Leo A. (See Gregory, J., and Babcock.) 

Babcock, Verner E., Port Clinton, Ohio. Fishing reel. 
2.197,675 ; Apr. 16. 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, Ervin G., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Cassidy, Perry R., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Davy, Christo- 
pher H., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Donley, Earl H., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Ebbets, G. D., 
and Gay, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Fletcher, James, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Gay, Cecil H., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 
M., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company. (See Heller, Lewis W., 
assignor. ) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David 
S., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 
assignor. ) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Lucke, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See MacKusick, 
Meredith H., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Mayo, Dana 
H. N., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Moore, W. T., 
Cassidy, Hardgrove, and Kerr, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Rowand, Will H., 
assignor. ) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Rowand, W. H., 
and Savoye, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Savoye, Charles 
TJ., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilson Company. (See Smith, Charles S.. as- 
signor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Trainer, J. E., 
and Hodge, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Weaver, Ralph 
J., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wilcoxson, Leslie 
S., assignor.) 

P.nber, Emil C. assignor to L. W. Davis, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Gasoline dispensing apparatus. 2,217,662 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Babin, Burris F., Texas City, Tex., assignor to Pan Amer- 
ican Refining Corporation, New York, N. Y. Prevent- 
ing fouling of heat exchangers. 2,212,581 ; Aug. 27. 

Babitch, Abraham M., Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Double acting vacuum 
pump. 2,189,526 ; Feb. 6. 

Babson Bros. (See Babson, H. B., and Stampen, as- 
signors.) 

Babson Bros. (See Babson, H. B., and Thomas, as- 
signors.) 

Babson Bros. (See Oliver, Chauncey B., assignor.) 

Babson, Henry B. (See Pfanstiehl, Carl, assignor.) 

Babson, Henry B., Chicago, and C. A. Thomas, Crystal 
Lake, 111., aissignors to Babson Bros. Means for' and 
method of filtering. 2,3 96,848; Apr. 9. 

Babson, Henry B., and J. J. Stampen, assignors to Babson 
Bros., Chicago, 111. Milking parlor. 2,198,048 : Apr. 
23. 

Babson, Horace L., Rock Hill, S. C. Mounting for print- 
ing machine color pans. 2,206,712 ; July 2. 

Baccarini, Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa. Culinary utensil. 
2,186,855 ; Jan. 9. 

Bacci. Alexander H., Chicago, 111. Building structure. 
2,226,332 ; Dec. 24. 

Bach, Abel W., Chicago. 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Startins system for compression 
ignition engines. 2,190,348 ; Feb. 13. 

Bach, Emmon. (See de Florex, L., and Bach.) 

Bach, Emraon. (See Hirsch, J. H., and Bach.) 

Bach, Herbert. (See Hagge, W., and Bach.) 

Bacharach, Eric W. (See Hine, Alfred E., assignor.) 

Eache, George F., Montgomery, N. Y. Four-in-hand neck- 
tie. 2,186,568; Jan. 9. 

Bache, Leslie L. (See Myles, J. R., and Bache.) 

Bachelet, Albert E., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Program switch- 
ing system. 2,198,326 ; Apr. 23. 

Bachelet, Albert E., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electrical tim- 
ing mechanism. 2,208,241 ; July 16. 

Baches, Edward W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Poor & 
Company, New York, N. Y. Wear compensating rail 
joint. 2,197,090; Apr. 16. 



Bachle, Carl F., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Fluid flow 
measuring device. 2,196,285 ; Apr. 9. 

Bachle, Carl F., Grosse Pointe, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, De- 
troit. Mich. Engine. 2,191,639 ; Feb. 27. 

BachmaU; Charles H., St. Marys, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Electric discharge 
tube. 2,195,913 ; Apr. 2. 

Bachman, Charles J., East Orange, N. J. Pole or post 
socket. 2,210,441 ; Aug. 6. 

Bachman, Charles W., and W. A. Davenport, assignors to 
Michigan State Board of Agriculture, East Lansing, 
Mich. Football dummy. 2,197,545 ; Apr. 16. 

Bachman, Edward A. (See Ward, W. J., and Bachman.) 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Snubber. 2,223,656 ; Dec. 3. 

Bachman, Gustave B., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Stabilized polyvinyl acetals. 
2.186,598; Jan. 9. 

Bachman, Gustave B., and H. A. Tanner, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Prep- 
aration of methylene dialkyl malonates. 2,212,506 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Bachman, Gustave B., and S. C. Pool, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Treatment of 
waste solutions containing metals. 2,221,018 ; Nov. 12. 

Baclimann, l''rank, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Dorr 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Clarification of liq- 
uids. 2,196,908 ; Apr. 9. 

Bachmann, Henry, McConnelsville, Ohio. Tweezers. 
2,214,984; Sept. 17. 

Bachmann, Henry, McConnelsville, Ohio. Forceps. 
2,214,985 ; Sept. 17. 

Bachmann, Otto L. (See Ammann, B. W., and Bachmann.) 

Back Bay Electrotype and Engraving Co. (See Atwood, 
Benjamin P., assignor.) 

Back, Sydney. (See Clayton, W., Back, Morse, and John- 
son.) 

Back, William E., Oulton Broad, Suffolk, England. Air- 
plane and control apparatus therefor. 2,191,842 ; Feb. 
27. 

Backer, Leon C, McCamey, Tex. Straight hole drill de- 
vice. 2,194,631 ; Mar. 26. 

Backert, Earl W., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Robert 
Gair Company, New York, N. Y. Paperboard basket. 
2.195,070 ; Mar. 26. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet feeder. 
2,200,408; May 14. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet feeding 
mechanism. 2,200,409 ; May 14. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet feeder. 
2,201,604 ; May 21. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet con- 
veyer. 2,201,605 ; May 21. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet sep- 
arating and lifting means. 2,215,458 ; Sept. 24. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet sepa- 
rating and feeding machine. 2,222,459 ; Nov. 19. 

Backstay Welt Company. (See Barr, Glen G., assignor.) 

Backstay Welt Company. (See Welch, Herman P., as- 
signor.) 

Backstrom, Adolph, Hempstead, N. Y. Clutch mechanism. 
2,208,111; July 16. 

Bacon, Dana H., Arlington, assignor to National Com- 
pany, Inc., Maiden, Mass. Electric filter. 2,217,355 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Bacon, Edgar, assignor of one-half to A. Girou.v, Fall 
River, Mass. Shirt envelope. 2,197,173; Apr. 16. 

Bacon, Elbridge F., Flint, assignor to General INIotors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Remote radio control. 
Re. 21,623 ; Nov. 19. 

Bacon, Elbridge F., Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Remote radio control. 
2,189.527 ; Feb. 6. 

Bacon, Elbridge F., Flint, assignor to General Blotors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Speedometer. 2,203,514 ; 
June 4. 

Bacon, Elmer W., assignor to Wilson-Jones Company, 
Chicago, 111. Apparatus for attaching fasteners. 
2,186,569 ; Jan. 9. 

Bacon, Henry M., assignor to The Dayton Rubber Mfg. 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Lug strap construction. 
2,216,999 ; Oct. 8. 

Bacon, Kenneth D. (See Kauppi, T. A., and Bacon.) 

Bacon, Kenneth D. (See Kauppi, T. A., Bacon, and 
Smith.) 

Bacon, Leonard W., Jr., Rowayton, Conn., assignor to 
Excelsior Pearl Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Assort- 
ing articles. 2,203,248 ; June 4. 

Bacon. Raymond F., Bronxville, and R. Fanelli, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. ; said Fanelli assignor to said Bacon. 
Recovery of sulphur dioxide. 2,195,980 ; Apr. 2. 

Bacon, Raymond F., Bronxville, and R. Fanelli, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. ; said Fanelli assignor to said Bacon. 
Recovery of sulphur dioxide. 2,106,004 ; Apr. 2. 

Bacon, Sidney I., Long Beach, Calif. Interlock pipe cou- 
pling. 2,215.659 ; Sept. 24. 

Badalamente, Calogero. (See Guinez, Antonio, assignor.) 

Bade, Alfred G. (See Schmitter, W. P., and Bade.) 

Bade, Alfred G., assignor to The Falk Corporation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Variable speed transmission. 2,193,794 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Bade, Alfred G., assignor to The Falk Corporation, IMil- 
waukee. Wis. Variable speed transmission. 2,222,557 ; 
Nov. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Badeker, Huber W. (See Powell, P. R., and Badeker.) 

Badem, Wendel, Milwaukee, Wis. Antiglare device for 
head lamps. 2,221,040 ; Nov. 12. 

Baden & Foss Inc. (See Baden, Robert, assignor.) 

Baden, Robert, New York, N. Y., assignor to Baden & 
Foss Inc. Finger ring. 2,223,657 ; Dec. 3. 

Bader, Harry J., assignor to The Troy Sunshade Com- 
pany, Troy, Ohio. Window construction. 2,194,109 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Bader, Slax, Jr., Detroit, Mich. Manicure device. 
2,192,733 ; Mar. 5. 

Badertscher, Dana K. (See Pavlecka, J., and 
Badertscher.) 

Badertscher, Dana K., assignor to Hudson Motor Car 
Company, Detroit. Mich. Lubricating internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,200,051 ; May 7. 

Badertscher, Darwin E. (See Berger, H. G., James, and 
Badertscher.) 

Badertscher, Darwin E. (See George, R. S., and Badert- 
scher.) 

Badertscher, Darwin E., and H. G. Berger, Woodbury, 
and F. M. Seger, Pitman, N. J., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Extreme pressure lubricant. 2,197,781 ; Apr. 23. 

Badertscher, Darwin B., and H. G. Berger, Woodbury, and 
F. M. Seger, Pitman, N. J., assignors to Socony- Vacuum 
Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Extreme 
pressure lubricant. 2,202,641 ; May 28. 

Badertscher, Darwin E. and M. S. Altamura, Woodbury. 
N. J., assignors to Soeony-Vacuum Oil Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Diesel fuel. 2,218,447 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Badertscher, Darwin E., Woodbury, F. M. Seger, Pitman, 
and W. H. James, Woodbury, N. J., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Extreme pressure lubricant. 2,226,420 ; Dec. 24. 

Badger, James A., Malone, N. Y. Catafalque. 2,226,044 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Badger Malleable & Mfg. Company. (See Ricker, Adolph 
J., assignor.) 

Badhorn, Walter R., Dayton, Ohio. Hanger. 2,208,152 ; 
July 16. 

Badollet, Marion S., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Siliceous prod- 
uct and making the same. 2,194,683 ; Mar. 26. 

Badollet, Marion S., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation. New York, N. Y. Colored asbes- 
tos product. 2,198,800 ; Apr. 30. 

Badollet, Marion S., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing 
sheet asbestos products. 2,220,386 ; Nov. 5. 

Baehr, Hans, and K. Braus, Leuna, assignors to I. G. 
Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on the- 
Main, Germany. Production of sulphur. 2,200,529 ; 
May 14. 

Baer, Alfred, Berlin-Schmargendorf, Germany. Seal for 
rotary valves in internal combustion engines. 2,217,853 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Baer, Ernst, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Robert 
Bosch Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Stutt- 
gart, Germany. Welding. 2,190,621 ; Feb. 13. 

Baer, Ernst, Berlin, assignor to Robert Bosch Gesellschaft 
mit beschrankter Haftung, Stuttgart, Germany. 
Cartridge condenser. 2,207,707; July 16. 

Baer, Harry A. D., Allentown, Pa. Blade holder. 
2,203,714; June 11. 

Baer, Herman, et al. (See Edwards, Judson T. and C, 
assignors.) 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, assignor to Eclipse Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Engine starting 
mechanism. 2,205,.333 ; June 18. 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, assignor to Eclipse Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Clutch mechanism, 
2,225,939 ; Dec. 24. 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, N. J., and M. J. Finnegan, 
New York, N. Y., assignors Eclipse Aviation Corpora- 
tion, East Orange, N. J. Engine starting meclianism. 
2,186,229 ; Jan. 9. 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, N. J., and M. J. Finnegan, 
New Yoi'k, N. Y., assignors to Eclipse Aviation Corpo- 
ration, East Orange, N. J, Engine starting apparatus. 
2,199,328 ; Apr. 30. 

Baer, Howard, Jersey City, N. J., and M. J. Finnegan, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to Eclipse Aviation Cor- 
poration, East Orange, N. J. Measuring instrument. 
2,203,766 ; June 11. 

Baer, John M., assignor to The Guardite Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Treating tobacco in hogsheads. 
2,196,183^ Apr. 9. 

Baer, John JI., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guardite Cor- 
poration. Surface moistening grain. 2,198,597 ; Apr. 
30. 

Baer, John M., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guardite Cor- 
poration. Moistening tobacco for stemming. 2,217,934 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Baer, John M., assignor to The Guardite Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Deguniming tobacco. 2,220,072 ; Nov. 5. 

Baer, John M., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guardite Cor- 
poration. Tempering porous organic products. 
2,220,880 ; Nov. 12. 

Baerer, Eugene A., Ridgefield, N. J. Duplicating grinder. 
2,222,392 ; Nov. 19. 

Baermann, Max, Jr., Cologne, Germany. Making per- 
manent magnets and products thereof. 2,188,091 ; Jan. 
23. 



Baesgen, Werner, Dessau, H. Demsky, Dessau-Sud, and O. 
Patzold, Dessau, assignors to Junkers Plugzeug-und- 
Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Dessau, Germany. 
Testing of accuracy of workpiece dimensions. 2,202,683 ; 
May 28. 

Baff, Abraham, North Arlington, N. J. Automatic ash- 
tray feeder container. 2,191,511 ; Feb. 27. 

Bagby, Francis C. (See Brown, Warren G. and W. D., 
assignors.) 

Bagby, Ralph B.. Evanston, 111. Filling machine. 
2,195,441 ; Apr. 2. 

Eager, William M., Fox Point, M. L. Fyske, and G. W. 
Mork, assignors to Bucyrus Erie Company, South Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Excavating dipper. 2,185,176 ; Jan. 2. 

Baggett, Henry T., assignor to Hughes Tool Company, 
Houston, Tex. Casting one metal upon another. 
2,218,781 ; Oct. 22. 

Baggett, John L., Cumberland, Md., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Yarn and fabric production. 
2.216,799 ; Oct. 8. 

Bagley, Francis H., Norfolk, Va. Cabana tent. 2,196,544 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Bagley, Robert M., Haddonfield, assignor to R. M. Hol- 
lingshead Corporation, Camden, N. J. Squirt can con- 
struction. 2,187,564 ; Jan. 16. 

Bagley, Robert N., and F. M. Ralston, Eureka, Calif. 
Trousers hanger. 2,192,167 ; Mar. 5. 

Bagley, William N., Chicago, 111. Hose connection. 
2,197,914; Apr. 23. 

Eagnall, Edwin, Chicago, 111. Radiator grille protector. 
2,225,364 : Dec. 17. 

Bagnasco, Philip C, Williston Park, N. Y. Signaling sys- 
tem for toy railroads. 2,210.747 ; Aug. 6. 

Bagnell, Robert A. (See Howe, A. F., and Bagnell.) 

Bagno, Samuel J. A. M., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Electric indicator. 
2,201,020 ; May 14. 

Bagshaw, Charles M. (See Heather, C. H., and Bag- 
shaw.) 

Bagshaw, Charles M., Leicester, and V. E. Wilson and A. 
W. ITallam, Kettering, England, assignors to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Machine for operating on shoe soles. 2,209,377 ; 
July 30. 

Baguley, Eric, London, England, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Lead covered multiconductor electric telephone cable. 
2,212,927; Aug. 27. 

Bahan, George F., Charlotte, N. C. Electromechanical 
stop motion for looms. 2,226,276 ; Dec. 24. 

Bahan Textile Machinery Company. (See Burgess, Abner 
E., assignor.) 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Cloth beam clutch. 

2.226.277 ; Dec. 24. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Check strap chpck. 

2.226.278 ; Dee. 24. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Loom temple. 

2.226.279 ; Dec. 24. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. Weft detecting 
mechanism for looms. 2,226,280 ; Dec. 24. 

Bahlke, Alfred P., Scotch Plains, assignor to Utility Elec- 
tric Corp., Newark, N. J. Combined multilight incan- 
descent lamp and switch. 2,197,330 ; Apr. 16. 

Bahlke, Alfred F., Scotch Plains, assignor to Utility Elec- 
tric Corp., Newark, N. J. Combined multilight incan- 
descent lamp and switch. 2,197,331 ; Apr. 16. 

Bahlke, William H., Hammond, Ind., and F. W. Scheine- 
man, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Oil refining. 2,205,613 ; June 25. 

Bahls, Walter E., Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Vacuum-tight Insulated lead-in structure. 
2,210,699 ; Aug. 6. 

Bahner, Karl, Oberlungwitz, Saxony, Germany, assignor to 
Kalio Inc., New York, N. Y. Flat knitting machine. 
2,195,401 ; Apr. 2. 

Bahney, Luther W., Elizabeth, N. J., and A. H. Horswell. 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., assignors to Scovill Blanufac- 
turing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Apparatus for 
pouring molten metal. 2,195,071 ; Mar. 26. 

Bahnsen, Monroe J. (See Mclntyre, G. H., Bahnsen, and 
Sweo. ) 

Bahnson Company, The. (See Marsh, Harry M., as- 
signor.) 

Bahnson Company, The. (See Wright, Norman L., as- 
signor.) 

BShr, Ernst, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Siemens 
and Halske Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Siemensstadt. 
Germany. Key arrangement. 2,195,294 ; Mar. 26. 

Bahr, Gustave P., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Fender guide. 
2,190,622 ; Feb. 13. 

Bahr, Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Gear shift ball. 
2,199,018; Apr. 30. 

Bahr, Gustave P., Fairfield, assignor to Automatic De- 
vices Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Cigar lighter. 
2,213,266; Sept. 3. 

Bahr, Gustave P., Fairfield, assignor to Automatic De- 
vices Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Cigar lighter. 
2,213,373; Sept. 3. 

BUhring, Herbert, (See Moller, R., and Biihring.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bahring, Herbert, Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignor to the 
firm of Fernseh Aktiengesellschaft, Zohlendorf, near 
Berlin, Germany. Push-pull amplifier for relaxation 
oscillations. 2,197.751 ; Apr. 16. 
Bahring, Herbert, Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignor to the 
firm of Fernseh Aktien-Gesellschaft, Zehlendorf, near 
Berlin, Germany. Operating cathode ray tubes. 
2,224.587 ; Dec. 10. 
Baier, Anton, Munich, Germany. Device for adjusting the 
Roentgen ray cone by means of an auxiliary lamp. 
2,204,465 ; June 11. 
Baier, Georg, and G. Koppel, Nuremburg, Germany. Point 
forming device for the leads of pencils and the lil^e. 
2,188,130 ; Jan. 23. 
Baier, Hermann. (See Hundt, W., and Baier.) 
Baier, Hermann, FranI<fort-on-the-Main, and P. Langen- 
Itamp, Darmstadt-Eberstadt, assignors to Deutsche 
Gold und Silber Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Improving tobacco. 
2,223,053 ; Nov. 26. 
Baier, Otto, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Cathode ray 
tube. 2,195,914; Apr. 2. 
Baier, Otto, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Lorenzweg, Germany. Elec- 
tric discharge device. 2,204,204 ; June 11. 
Baier, Otto, Berlin-Reinickendorf, assignor to C. Lorenz 
Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Man- 
ufacturing electric discharge tubes. 2,212,556 ; Aug. 
27. 
Baier, Otto, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Electric discharge 
tube. 2,217,398 ; Oct. 8. 
Baier, Otto, Berlin-Reinickendorf, and C. Juiig-Zaeper, 
Berlin-Wilmersdorf, assignors to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Lorenzweg, Germany. Elec- 
tron tube. 2,201.216 ; May 21. 
Baier, Otto, A. Gaebel, and E. LOpp, Berlin, assignors to 
C. Lorenz Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Ger- 
many. Leading-in outfit for electric vessels. 2,219,758 ; 
Oct. 29. 
Baier, Willard E., Ontario, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, Calif. Treating fruits 
and vegetables. 2,191,553 ; Feb. 27. 
Baier, Willard E., Ontario, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange, Los Angeles. Calif. Insecticidal 
material of allcaloid pectates. 2,207,694 ; July 9. 
Baile, Roland P., Medford, Md., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Standard Supercharger Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Supercharger for internal combustion 
engines. 2,196,332; Apr. 9. 
Bailer, Otto, Los Angeles, Calif. Record, animated-object, 
and reproduction control system. 2,213.512 ; Sept. 3. 
Bailey, Adrian. (See Greening, Clarence E., assignor.) 
Bailey, Alonzo W., Cleveland, Ohio. Steel pile structure. 

2,198,985 ; Apr. 30. 
Bailey, Burton G., La Mesa, Calif. Combination water 

heater and distiller. 2,224,131 ; Dec. 10. 
Bailey, Carl A., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Apparatus for regulating viscosity. 
2,208,444 ; July 16. 
Bailey, Charles S., Lockport, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Pressure cap. 
2,195,266; Mar. 26. 
Bailey, Charles S., Lockport, N. Y.. assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Radiator cap. 
2.225,964 : Dec. 24. 
Bailey, Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros. Inc. of Lynn, 

Mass. Counter molding machine. 2,185,937 ; Jan. 2. 
Bailey, Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros. Inc. of 
Lynn, Lynn, Mass. Counter molding machine. 
2.226,889 ; Dec. 31. 
Bailey, Clarence H., Seattle, Wash. Cap for use with 
various types of vessels from which it is desired to 
dispense measured quantities of free flowing materials. 
2.190,092 ; Feb. 13. 

Bailey Company Inc., The. (See Best, Reuben D., as- 
signor.) 
Bailey, David C, Amesbury, Mass. Weather strip. 

2.196.888 ; Apr. 9. 

Bailey, David C, Amesbury, Mass. Weather ftrip. 

2.197.332; Apr. 16. 
Bailey, Douglas A. (See Meyer, Al, assignor.) 
Bailey, Edith S., administratrix. (See Hillen, W. G., and 

Bailey.) 
Bailey, Edward A., West Caldwell, N. J., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Air conditioning system. 

2,204,394 ; June 11. 
Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babock & 

Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Steam boiler. 

2.186,919 : Jan. 9. 
Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock 

& Wilcox Company. Fluid-heating method and ap- 
paratus. 2,196,377; Apr. 9. 
Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock 

& Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Steam generator. 

2.196.889 ; Apr. 9. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Fluid heat exchange 
apparatus. 2,202,768 ; May 28. 

BaiU^y, Krvin O., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Method of and ap- 
paratus for burning fuel. 2,222,756 ; Nov. 26. 

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Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Bailey Meter Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Vapor generator. 2,223,658 ; Dec. 3. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and P. S. Dickey, Cleveland, 
Ohio, assignors to Bailey Meter Company. (Control sys- 
tem. 2,211,725; Aug. 13. 
Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and P. S. Dickey, Cleveland, 
Ohio, assignors to Bailey Meter Company. Control 
system. 2.217,635 ; Oct. 8. 

Bailey, Eugene H., Artesia, Miss. Electric light in arti- 
ficial lure or bait. 2,197,372 ; Apr. Ifi. 
Bailey, Francis M. (See Odell, I. N., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Frederic W. (See Hillen, W. G., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Frederick S., Hoboken, N. J., assignor to National- 
Standard Company. Metal sheet drying oven. 
2,198,362 ; Apr. 23. 

Bailey, Harold P, (See Mahannah, E. A., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus and 
method for the preparation and handling of plastic 
material. 2.207,426 ; July 9. 

Bailey, James R., and J. L. Meadows, Austin, Tex., as- 
signors to Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Fractionation of nitrogen bases. 2,189,278; 
Feb. 6. 

Bailey, Joseph E., Jacksonville, Fla. Wheel removing 
and replacing apparatus. 2,208,491 ; July 16. 

Bailey, Leonard R., Salt Lake Citv, Utah. Cutting tool 
for plaster casts. 2,221,565 ; Nov. 12. 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Bailey, Ervin G., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Bailey, E. G., and Dickey, 
assignors.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Barnes, Frederick A., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Dickey, Paul S., assignor.) 

Bailey Rleter Company. (See Dueringer, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Fitch, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Gorrie, Harvard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Johnson, Clarence, as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Junkins, Raymond D., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Luhrs, John F., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Ryder, John D., assignor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Weaver, Harry E., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Woolley, Rew E., assignor.) 

Bailey, Milo, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United States Rubber Company, New York, 
N. Y. Apparatus for treating tires. 2,193,119 ; Mar. 
12. 

Bailey, Otterbein A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Guard- 
ite Corporation. Distributing fine particles throughout 
a bulk material. 2,217,933 ; Oct. 15. 

Bailey, Perkins H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Talon, 
Inc. Slider for slide fasteners. 2,214,704; Sept. 10. 

Bailey, Perkins H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Talon, 
Inc. Garment. 2.217,885 : Oct. 15. 

Bailey, Robert W., Narberth, Pa. Vibratory apparatus. 
2,198,148 : Apr. 23. 

Bailey, Theodore, Habana, Cuba. Flour sifter. 2,204,920 ; 
June 18. 

Bailey, W. J., et al. (See Brandenburg, Harry J., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey, Warren G., Evanston, assignor to 0-Cedar Corp'n, 
Chicago, 111. Mop head. 2,214,519 ; Sept. 10. 

Bailey, William A., Jr. (See Fleischer. J., and Bailey.) 

Bailev, William A., New York, N. Y. Portable heater and 
cooker. 2,219,170; Oct. 22. 

Bailey, William H., Pueblo, Colo., assignor to The Colorado 
Fuel and Iron Corporation. Forming tie plates. 
2.198,986 ; Apr. 30. 

Baillie, Wallace E., McDonald, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company. Air circulator for refrigerator 
cars. 2,195,639 ; Apr. 2. 

Baillio, Alexander F., assignor to General Motors Corpo- 
ration, Detroit. Mich. Air cleaner and silencer as- 
sembly. 2.217.830: Oct. 15. 

Baily, Robert W., Narberth, Pa. Apparatus for multi- 
phase vibration. 2,204,007; June 11. 

Baily, Robert W., Narberth, Pa. Apparatus for place- 
ment of concrete. 2,224,506 ; Dec. 10. 

Bain, Forge, deceased, late of La Grange, 111., b.v Casco 
Products Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn., by mesne as- 
signments. Cigar lighter. Re. 21,546; Sept. ?,. 

Bainbridge, Kenneth T., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Photoelectric apparatus. 
2.206,713; July 2. 

Bainton, Raymond, Santa Monica, Calif. Cover for seal- 
ing liquid surfaces. 2,227,172 ; Dec. 31. 

Bair, George J., Pittsburgh, and R. A. Miller, Tarentum, 
Pa., assignors to N. S. Garbisch. Manufacture of 
siliceous bodies. 2,220,750 ; Nov. 5. 

Bair, John T., et al. (See Berstler, Carl E., assignor.) 

Baird, Albert W., Elizabeth, N. J., and F. G. Outcalt, New 
Rochelle, N. Y., assignors to The Linde Air Products 
Company. Welding rod reel. 2,188,070 ; Jan. 23. 

Baird, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Making cast tool steel. 
2,195,402 ; Apr. 2. 

Baird, Dudley. (See Hartley, H. J., and Baird.) 

Baird, Edgar W., Jr. (See Seeger, A. M., and Baiid.) 



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Balrd, Fred J., Kent, and A. L. Simison, Newark, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Owens-Corning 
Fiberglas Corporation. Commutator. 2,202,820 ; June 
4. 

Eaird, George K., et al. (See Madsen, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Baird Machine Company, The. (See Barnes, Leslie W., 
assignor.) 

Baird Machine Company, The. (See Bunnell, Earl C, as- 
signor.) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Dovaston, G., and 
Graham, assignors.) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Grayson, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Nuttall, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Ridgeway, Denis V., as- 
signor.) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Sommer, Alfred, as- 
signor. ) 

Baird Television Limited. (See Tingley, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Baird, William J., Birmingham, Mich. Plastic forming 
apparatus. 2,218,804 ; Oct. 22. 

Baird, William M, Chicago, 111. Refrigerated locker sys- 
tem. 2,198,239 ; Apr. 23. 

Baird, William M., Chicago, 111. Refrigerated drawer 
unit. 2,218,632 ; Oct. 22. 

B.nird, William M., Chicago, 111. Drawer for refrigerated 
locket system. 2,226,962 ; Dec. 31. 

Baird, William, R. F. Goldstein, M. Jones, and E. M. 
Meade, Blackley, Manchester, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Preservation of 
rubber. 2,196,719 ; Apr. 9. 

Baisch, Carl F., assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake mechanism. 2,185,324 ; Jan. 2. 

Baisch, Carl F., assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Brake mechanism. 2,202,642 ; 
May 28. 

Baisch, Carl P., assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Packing for hydraulic actuators. 
2,208,620 ; July 23. 

Baity. Delbert R., Lancaster, Calif. Automatic brake. 
2,222,326 ; Nov. 19. 

Bakelaar, John H. (See Carroll, F. M., and Bakelaar.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Brownmiller, 
Lorrin T., assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. (See Harshberger, Nor- 
man P., assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. (See Harshberger, N. P., 
and Ochs, assignors.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. (See Ochs, Sidney A., 
assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. (See Vane, Augustus S., 
assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Courtney, Robert P., as- 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Meharg, Virgil E., assignor.) 

Bakelite, Corporation. (See Molinari, Vittorio, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Seebach, Fritz, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Weith, George S., assignor.) 

Baker, Albert L., Summit, assignor to Gasoline Products 
Company, Inc., Jersey City, N. J. Air register for 
burners. 2,211,684 ; Aug. 13. 

Baker, Albert L., Summit, assignor to Gasoline Products 
Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Method and apparatus 
for firing furnaces. 2,220,387 ; Nov. 5. 

Baker, Anthony P., assignor of one-half to J. R. Gaymer, 
Lansing, Mich. Automobile door lock. 2,217,151 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Baker, Benjamin P. (See Leeds, W. M., Ortensi, and 
Baker. ) 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Circuit breaker. 2,185,719 ; Jan. 2. 

Baker Brothers, Inc. (See Hallenbeck, G. E., and Jobst, 
assignors. ) 

Baker, Carl F., Taft, Calif. Core catcher. 2,221,392 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Baker, Carl I^ Pearl River, N. Y., V. D. Barker, Westfield, 
N. J., and C. W. Maurer, Freeport, assignors to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Method of and apparatus for making grids. 2,225,853 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Baker Castor Oil Company, The. (See Colbeth, Ivor M., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Charles S., Corning, N. Y., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compressor regu- 
lator. Re. 21.329 : Jan. 23. 

Baker, Charles S., Corning, N. Y., assignor to IngersoU- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compressor regu- 
lator. 2,212,631 ; Aug. 27. 

Baker, Cliarles S., Corning, N. Y,, assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compressor regu- 
lator. 2,225.854 ; Dec. 24. 

Baker, Chester A., Montclair, N. J. Brush for dental 
plates. 2,208,013 ; July 16. 

Baker, Chester L. (See Vail, J. G., and Baker.) 

Baker, Clarence H. (See De Motte, M. P., Baker, and 
Pierson. ) 

Baker, Claude M., et al. (See Wright, William, assignor.) 

Baker, Clyde A., S. M. Dockerty, and E. L. Hamilton, 
Corning, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. 
Skirted blower. 2,224,466 ; Dec. 10. 



Baker & Company et al. (See Chastaln, George M., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Baker and Co., et al. (See Richardson, Henry K., as- 
signor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Sivil, C. S., and Liebig, as- 
signors. ) 

Baker & Company et al. (See Zimmerman, Fritz, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, David B., Riverside, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Pump. 2,197,288 ; Apr. 16. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Track roller arrangement. 
2.189,160; Feb. 6. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Track-type tractor. 
2,197,289 ; Apr. 16. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Control mechanism. 
2,197,290; Apr. 16. 

Bakeis David B., Riverside, W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 
R. C. Hartsough, Berwyn, and L. F. Overholt, Riverside, 
111., assignors to International Harvester Company. 
Air cleaner. 2,199,019 ; Apr. 30. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Fuel tank and seat mounting. 
2,200.764; May 14. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Transmission. 2,209,046 ; July 
23. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Power talre-off. 2,210,998 ; Aug. 
13. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Internationa] 
Harvester Company. Tractor. 2,213,374 ; Sept. 3. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, and J. E. Anthony, Western 
Springs, 111., assignors to International Harvester 
Company. Tractor transmission. 2,214,805 ; Sept. 17. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Mounting for vehicle control 
means. 2,214,806 ; Sept. 17. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to International 
Harvester Company. Tractor construction. 2,219,884 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
W. O. Bechman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tractor. 2,225,202 ; Dec. 
17. 

Baker, David S., Greenwich, Conn. Quiz device. 
2,213,974; Sept. 10. 

Baker, Edward B., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Luminous 
brick and construction comprising the same. 2,216,220 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Baker, Edward E., Mamaroneck, assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Container with 
hinged cover. 2,195,161 ; Mar. 26. 

Baker, Edward I., Atlantic City, N. J. Fishing tackle. 
2,222,277 ; Nov. 19. 

Baker, Edward W., assignor to Jefferson Union Company, 
Lexington, Mass. Work handling apparatus for ma- 
chine tools and the like. 2,187,297 ; Jan. 16. 

Baker, Elward P., Henderson, Tex. Carpenter's wrecking 
tool. 2,195,667 ; Apr. 2. 

Baker, Ernest G. (See Pitt, N. P., and Baker.) 

Baker, Erwin G., Indianapolis, Ind. Mixing device. 
2,194,377 : Mar. 19. 

Baker, Frederick W., Stourbridge, England. Vehicle 
wheel. 2,202,080 ; May 28. 

Baker, George H. (See Robertson, George L., assignor.) 

Baker, George T. (See Taylor, R., and Baker.) 

Baker, George T. (See Taylor, R., Baker, and Gillings.) 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor to Associ- 
ated Telephone & Telegraph Company, Chicago, 111. 
Telephone system. 2,210,873 ; Aug. 13. 

Baker, Harry R., Chula Vista, assignor to J. C. Miller, 
Compton, Calif. Watch strap. 2,186,089 ; Jan. 9. 

Baker, Henry V., Baltimore, Md. Photoprinting ap- 
paratus. 2,207,449 ; July 9. 

Baker, Hugh J., deceased ; V. F. Baker, administratrix, 
assignor to Hugh J. Baker & Company, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Shore. 2,199,605 ; May 7. 

Baker, Hugh J., & Company. (See Baker, Hugh J., as- 
signor. ) 

Baker, J. E., Cleveland, Ohio. Gas plant. 2,207,689 ; 
July 9. 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Co. (See Doushkess, William N., 
assignor. ) 

Baker, John A., Long Beach, Calif. Amusement device. 
2,195,805 ; Apr. 2. 

Baker, John B., assiguer to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Roller bearing. 2,195,795 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Baker, John C, assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Cam burring apparatus. 2,196,092 ; Apr. 2. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Control for heating systems. 2,221,041 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Pole cable terminal. 2,223,539 : Dec. 3. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Protector unit. 2,223,540 ; Dec. 3. 

Baker, John S., and R. M. Schultz, assignors to Cook 

i Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Thermostat. 2,222,062 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Baker, Joseph S., Arlington, N. J., assignor to E. R. Squibb 
& Sons, New York, N. Y. Preparing ammonium man- 
delate. 2,209,314; July 30. 

Baker, Judd O., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sound record. 2,199,606 ; 
May 7. 

Baker, Kenneth V. (See Morrow, J. H., Baker, and 
Reeves. ) 

Baker, Leonard, Hillsdale, N. J., assignor to Dexter Folder 
Company, New York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus 
for feeding sheets. 2,214,896 ; Sept. 17. 

Baker, Lin E., San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for 
underwater electric barrier. 2,193,915 ; Mar. 19. 

Baker, Louis S., Milltown, and R. J. Quaid, South River, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Nitrating cellulose. 2,219,644 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Baker Manufacturing Co. (See Buffington, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Marlin S., assignor to The Parker Pen Company, 
Janesville, Wis. Fountain pen. 2,223,541 ; Dec. 3. 

Baker-JNIcMillen Company, The. (See Sperry, John A., 
assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, Reuben C, assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, E. C, and Burt, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, R. C, Burt, and Ragan, 
assignors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, R. C, and Ragan, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, C. E., and Graham, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Grubb, John H., assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Kofahl. Jacob L., assignor.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Ragan, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Baker, Orin C. Cleveland, Ohio. Structural element. 
2,190,004 ; Feb. 13. 

Baker, Paul, assignor to L. W. Christophel, Eedondo 
Beach. Calif. Two-way loud-speaking telephone. 
2.226,891 ; Dec. 31. 

Baker, Paul G., and J. H. Watts, North Judson, Ind, 
Article for babies. 2,199,809 ; May 7. 

Baker, Paul S. (See Beisel, R. B., and Baker.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Engels, Eugene O., as- 
signor. ) 

Baker Perkins, Company. (See Florlan, Otto, assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Grotzinger, Wilhelm, as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Haug, F., and Baur, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Ricker, Frederick G., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company, Inc. (See Paterson, John C, 
assignor. ) 

Baker, Perkins Company Inc. (See Tunley, A. A., and 
Paterson, assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Incorporated. (See Pointon, J. E., and 
Dumbleton, assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Brockbank, Allan P., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Pointon, J. E., Tanqueray, 
and Dewhurst, assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Tunley, A. A., and Pres- 
cott, assignors.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Hawkins, Paul E., 
assignor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Stahl, Edward J., 
assignor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Stoner, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well Cementing appa- 
ratus. 2,187,480; Jan. 16. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well Cementing appa- 
ratus. 2,187,483 : Jan. 16. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Cement retainer. 
2,189,697; Feb. 6. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Packing for well devices. 
2,204,648; June 18. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well packing device. 
2,222,014 ; Nov. 19. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Apparatus for cementing 
well bores. 2,196,652 ; Apr. 9. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and C. E. Burt, Los Angeles, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Well packer. 2,187,481 ; Jan. 16. 



Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and T. M. Ragan, Los Angeles, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Cement retainer. 2,187,482 ; Jan. 16. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and C. E. Burt, Los Angeles, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Cementing, washing, and acidizing retainer for 
perforated well casings. 2,196,653 ; Apr. 9. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and C. E. Burt and T. JL 
Ragan, Los Angeles, assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., 
Huntington Park, Calif. Well packer mechanism. 
2,225,143 ; Dec. 17. 

Baker, Robert D., Birmingham, Mich. Fine-grading ma- 
chine. 2,186,059 ; Jan. 9. 

Baker, Robert E., assignor to Glascock Brothers Mfg. Co., 
Muncie, Ind. Refrigerator top. 2,189,389 ; Feb. 6. 

Baker, Robert E., assignor to Glascock Brothers Mfg. 
Co., Muncie, Ind. Cover for dispensing refrigerators. 
2,202,476 ; May 28. 

Baker, Robert E., assignor to Glascock Brothers Mfg. 
Co., Muncie, Ind. Cover for bottle coolers. 2,202,684 ; 
May 28. 

Baker, Roger W., Mishawaka, assignor to G. F. Martin, Jr., 
Elkhart, Ind. Centering jig. 2,211,634 ; Aug. 13 

Baker, Russell D. (See King, P. R., and Baker.) 

Baker, V. P., et al. (See Ford, Keith, assignor.) 

Baker, Velma P., administratix. (See Baker, Hugh J.) 

Baker, Virgil P., et al. (See Armentrout, Arthur L., 
assignor.) 

Baker. W. J., Co. (See Baker, W. J., and Konen, as- 
signors.) 

Baker, Walter, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Link-Belt Speeder Corporation. Saddle 
block structure for excavators. 2,211,194 ; Aug. 13. 

Baker, William J., and H. Konen, assignors to W. J. 
Baker Co., Inc., Newport, Ky. Screen frame struc- 
ture. 2,224,373 ; Dec. 10. 

Baker, William P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ship's hulL 
2.191,904 : Feb. 27. 

Bakken, Andrew H., Edgewood, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,199,607 ; May 7. 

Bakker, Arjen, The Hague, and H. Cornells Antonie van 
Duuren, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands, assignors to 
Radio Corporation of America. Telegraph system with 
repetition of the signals. 2.203,609 ; June 4. 

Bakker, Pier. (See Lomax, C. E., and Bakker.) 

Bakker, Pier, assignor to Associated Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Telephone system. 2,199,534 ; 
May 7. 

Bakker, Pier, assignor to Associated Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic telephone system. 
2,200,817 ; Maj; 14. 

Balachowsky, Dmitri, Paris, France. Catalyzer. 2,206,685 : 
July 2. 

Balachowsky, Georges, Paris, France, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric circuit breaker. 2,219,171 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Baiazs, Arthur, Budapest, Hungary. Fountain pen for 
solid ink. 2,201,421 ; May 21. 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Producing chlorine. 2,204,172; June 11. 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Separation of acetylene from gaseous mixtures contain- 
ing it. 2,217,429 ; Oct. 8. 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Production of ethylene, etc. 2,218,495 ; Oct. 15. 

Balcar, Otto, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Rail joint. 2,204,395 ; 
June 11. 

Balch, Ralph H., T. C. Campbell, and J. L. Grant, Cumber- 
land, Md., assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Direct warping. 2,185,621 ; Jan. 2. 

Balch, Ralph H., T. C. Campbell, and J. L. Grant, Cum- 
berland, Md., assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Textile apparatus. 2,221,174 ; Nov. 12. 

Balch, Thomas V. (See Bohnsack, J. A., and Balch.) 

Bald, Warren L., Los Angeles, Calif. Hydraulic oil well 
packer. 2,186,230 ; Jan. 9. 

Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 
Grinder Company, Springfield, Ohio. Hydraulic con- 
trol device. 2,216,800 : Oct. 8. 

Balder, John R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Cutlery. 2,195,846 ; Apr. 2. 

Balder, John R., and T. B. Curran, Bridgeport, Conn., 
assignors to Remington Arms Company, Inc. Am- 
munition. 2,193,664 ; Mar. 12. 

Baldeschwieler, Emile L. (See Sweeney, W. J., and 
Baldeschwieler. ) 

Baldeschwieler, Emile L., Cranford, and P. J. Wiezevich, 
Elizabeth, N. J. ; said Wiezevich, now by judicial change 
of name to P. J. Gaylor, assignors to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Waterproofing compound. 
2,199,193 ; Apr. 30. 

Baldsieten, Walter D., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to Du 
Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Antihalation photographic element. 2,203,767 ; June 
11. 

Baldsiefen, Walter D., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to Du 
Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Antihalation photographic element. 2,203,768 ; June 

Baldwin, Bernard. (See Matlock, C. C, and Baldwin.) 



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Baldwin, Charles C, St. Louis, Mo. Razor blade pack- 
age. 2,186,231 ; Jan. 9. 

Baldwin, Charles C., St. Louis, Mo. Package for merchan- 
dising chewing gum. 2,210,194 ; Aug. 6. 

Baldwin, Charles C., St. Louis, Mo. Package for merchan- 
dising chewing gum. 2,210,195 ; Aug. 6. 

Baldwin, Charles C., St. Louis, Mo. Package for merchan- 
dising chewing gum. 2,210,196 ; Aug. 6. 

Baldwin, Charles C, St. Louis, Mo. Match book. 
2,217,854 ; Oct. 15. 

Baldwin, Charles F., Schenectady, and S. A. Bokovoy, 
Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio Corporation of 
America, Piezoelectric quartz element. 2,212,139 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Baldwin, Clyde P. (See Joy, J. F., and Baldwin.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Day, Wilbur M., assignor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Day, W. M., and Huette- 
mann, assignors.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Kock, Winston E., as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Kock, W. E., and Jordan, 
assignors.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Morse, A. H., and Knob- 
laugh, assignors.) 

Baldwin Company, The. (See Morse, A. H., and Pieper, 
assignors.) 

Baldwin, Curtis C^ San Bernadino, Calif., assignor to 
Rotary Reaper (Jorporation, Kansas City, Mo. Com- 
bine. 2,212,465 ; Aug. 20. 

Baldwin, Earl J. (See Larson, Prank A., assignor.) 

Baldwin, Everett E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Engine starter 
gearing. 2,226,544; Dec. 31. 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Dinzl, Richard W., 
assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Doyle, William L. 
H., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Emery, A. H., and 
Ruch, assignors.) 

B.ildwin Locomotive Works, The. (See FuUerton, Her- 
bert S., assignor.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Peters, Orville S., 
assignor. ) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Ruch, Herman J.) 

Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Tate, Malcolm C, 
assignor.) 

Baldwin, Payte, et al. (See Hardy, Edgar J., and C.) 

Baldwin, Philip S., Florence, Italy. Packing and power 
transmission unit. 2,197,915 ; Apr. 23. 

Baldwin, Philip S., Florence, Italy. Fluid pressure trans- 
mission. 2,219,610; Oct. 29. 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Dinzl, Richard W., 
assignor. ) 

Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. (See Weiland, A., and 
Zwickl, assignors.) 

Baldwin, Wayne A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air filter. 2,226,045 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Bales, James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, In- 
corporated, Aurora, 111. Shelving. 2,213,115 ; Aug 
27. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Making gaskets. 2,185,908 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 2,197,916 ; Apr. 23. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gaslcet & Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Gasket and manufac- 
turing same. 2,211,045 ; Aug. 13. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Glass run channel 
structure. 2,216,105; Oct. 1. 

Balfour, Robert, Dundee, Scotland. Shock absorbing 
means for shuttles. 2,205,025; June 18. 

Balinkin, Isay, Cincinnati, Ohio. Crystal form demonstra- 
tor. 2,206,149 ; July 2. 

Balke, Claire C. (See Balke, Clarence W. and C. C.) 

Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, assignor to Ramet 
Corporation of America, North Chicago, 111, Hard metal 
alloy. 2,202,821 ; June 4. 

Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, F. L. Hunter, Jr., 
Lake Bluff, and R. A. Haskell, Waukegan, assignors to 
Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago, 111. 
Hard alloy. 2.191,446: Feb. 27. 

Balke, Clarence W. and C. C, Highland Park, assignors 
to Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Production of metals and alloys. 2,205,386 ; June 25. 

Balke, Clarence W. and C. C, Highland Park, assignors 
to Ramet Corjwration of America, North Chicago, 111. 
Hard metal alloy process. 2,207,708 ; July 16. 

Balkwill, Prank L., Stockton, Calif. Graphite feeder. 
2,216,106 ; Oct. 1. 

Ball, Albert L. (See Benner, R. C, and Ball.) 

Ball, Albert L., Lewiston Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Palls, N. Y. Abrasive articles and manufacturing the 
same. 2,213,332 ; Sept. 3. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Garnish molding retainer. 
2,214,918; Sept. 17. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Trim panel assembly. 2,226,840 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Ball & Ball Carburetor Company. (See Ball, Frederick 
O. and T. M., assignors.) 



Ball & Ball Carburetor Company. (See Ball, Thomas M., 
assignor.) 

Ball, Bernard A., Smethport, Pa. Tenpin setting ma- 
chine. 2,221,697 ; Nov. 12. 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Ludington, Lawrence L., 
assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Wadsworth, Frank L. O., 
assignor.) 

Ball, Cliarles O., Oak Park, 111., assignor to American Can 
Company, New York. N. Y. Method of canning. 
2.209,315 ; July 30. 

Ball, Cornelia M., executrix. (See Ball, Frederick O. and 
T. M.) 

Ball, Denver B. (See Postlethwait, Columbus E., as- 
signor.) 

Ball, Ed. (See Yerkey, Grover W., assignor.) 

Ball, Frederick O. and T. M., Detroit, Mich. ; C. M. Ball, 
executrix of P. O. Ball, deceased, assignors to Ball 
and Ball Carburetor Company. Carburetor. 2,194,783 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Ball, Frederick O. and T. M., Detroit, Mich; C. M. Ball, 

executrix of P. O. Ball, deceased, assignors to Ball & 

Ball Carburetor Company. Carburetor. 2,205,457 ; 

June 25. 
Ball, George A. (See Tinker, Walter H., assignor.) 
Ball, George L. (See Pulton, K. H., and Ball.) 
Ball, George L. (See Schmidt, C. P., Jr., and Ball.) 
Ball, Harold H., Newark, N. J. Washing machine. 

2,196,804; Apr. 9. 
Ball, Harvey W., assignor to The Morgan Engineering 

Company, Alliance, Ohio. Sheave block. 2,218,412 ; 

Oct. 15. 
Ball, Joseph A., and W. E. Pohl, assignors to Technicolor 

Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Light 

dividing device. 2,189,932 ; Feb. 13. 
Ball, Joseph A., and W. E. Pohl, assignors to Technicolor 

Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Light 

dividing device. 2,189,933 ; Feb. 13. 
Ball, Otis W., Northumberland, Pa. Fishhook. 2,225,965 ; 

Dec. 24. 

Ball, Russell C, Philadelphia, Pa. Compensating de- 
vice for valve control. 2,222,699 ; Nov. 26. 

Ball, Samuel S., Jersey City, N. J. Fastening device- 
2,221,125 ; Nov. 12. 

Ball, Thomas J., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for dislodging 
surface materials. 2,218,512 ; Oct. 22. 

Ball, Thomas J., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for dislodging 
material. 2,225,014 ; Dec. 24. 

Ball, Thomas M. (See Ball, Frederick O. and T. M.) 

Ball, Thomas M., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor control mechanism. 
2,205,458 ; June 25. 

Ball, Thomas M., and A. J. E. Roualet, Detroit, assignors 
to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Fuel 
tank. 2,208,621 ; July 23. 

Ballamy, Leslie M., Caterham-on-Hill, England. Differ- 
ential gear. 2,207.310; July 9. 

Ballard, Charles IJ., Inglewood, Calif. Hydraulic steering 
and control device. 2,192,175 ; Mar. 5. 

Ballard, Claude D. (See Moe, Mathias, assignor.) 

Ballard, Delmont L., Worcester, Mass. Calculating device 
for regrading a set of marks. 2,206,760 ; July 2. 

Ballard, Earcy, San Diego, Calif. Toothpick dispenser. 
2,197,234 • Apr. 16. 

Ballard, Herman E., Berkeley, Calif. Lubricant. 
2,201,217 ; May 21. 

Ballard, Howard T., et al., trustees. (See Pratt, Harry 
P., assignor.) 

Ballard, John H., and W. H. Spencer, assignors to Sealed 
Power Corporation, Muskegon, Mich. Bearinor mem- 
ber. 2,191,435 ; Feb. 27. 

Ballard, Julius. (See Nightenhelser, B., and Ballard.) 

Ballard, Randall C, Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tone control system. 
2,192,959 ; Mar. 12. 

Ballard, Randall C, Audubon, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. View transmission system. 2,217,831 ; Oct. 
15. 

Ballard, Randall C, Merchantville, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Television apparatus. 
2,215,285 ; Sept. 17. 

Ballard, Roscoe F. (See Kennedy, J. H., and Ballard.) 

Ballard, William K. (See Wright, W. H., and Ballard.) 

Ballay, Marcel, Paris, Prance, assignor to The Inter- 
national Nickel Company, Inc., New Yorl<, N. Y. 
Obtaining bright and semibriglit electrodeposits of 
nickel. 2,208,657 ; July 23. 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Orthner, L., Balle, and Horst.) 

(See Orthner, L. Balle, Rosenbach, and 



Balle, Gerhard. 
Bonstedt.) 

Balle, Gerhard. 
Horst.) 

Balle, Gerhard. 
Michel. ) 

Balle, Gerhard. 
Rosenbach.) 

Balle, Gerhard, assignor to I. G. Parbenindustrle Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. High- 
molecular polycarboxylic acid amides and their pro- 
duction. 2,191,738 ; Feb. 27. 



(See Steindorff, A., Balle, Heimlce, and 
(See Steindorff, A., Balle, Horst, and 
(See Steindorff, A., Balle, Horst, and 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Balle, Gerhard, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and K. Horst, 
Hofheim in Taunus, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustne 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Quaternary nitrogen compounds and preparing them. 
2,191,978; Feb. 27. ^^ ^, ^ ^,, ,. • 

Balle, Gerhard, and H. Wagner, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
and E. Nold, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhlne, assignors to 
I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Benzene carboxylic acids alkylated 
in the nucleus and preparing them. 2,195,108 ; Mar. 
2G. 

Balle, Gerhard, Frankfort-on-the-lNIain, J. Rosenbach, 
Wiesbaden, and G. Dittus, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhlne, 
assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Capillary active 
compounds and preparing them. 2.210,442 ; Aug. 6. 

Balle, Gerhard, and H. Schlld, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Prepar- 
ing cyclic carboxylic acids substituted in the nucleus. 
2,210,874 ; Aug. 13. 

Balle, Gerhard, and H. Schild, assignors to I. G. Farben- 
industrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Condensation products of acid amidelike 
constitution and preparing them. 2,215,367 ; Sept. 17. 

Ballentine, Earle \V. (See Young, Raymond K., as- 
signor.) 

Ballentine, William I., Chicago, 111. Switch mechanism. 
2,189,440; Feb. 6. .„ 

Ballew, Edward A., Everett, Wash. Artificially graining 
surfaces. 2,194,110; Mar. 19. _ ,,. ^. ^ 

Ballintine, Elmer J. (See Morris, P. R., and Ballintine.) 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Method and means 
for balancing grinding wheels. 2,216,308 ; Oct. 1. 

Ballman, Edwin C, St. Louis, Mo. Resistor type split 
phase motor. 2,224,422 ; Dec. 10. 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Morehouse, Eugene, assignor.) 

Balmes Solanas, Ramon, Pinedes de Llobregat, Spain. 
Drawing mechanism for textile slivers. 2,205,701 ; 
June 25. 

Baloun, Kurt, Berlin-Haselhorst, assignor to Siemens & 
Halske Aktiengesellschaft, Wernerwerk, Siemensstadt, 
near Berlin, Germany. Telephone system. 2,186,315 ; 
Jan. 9. ,. ^ , ^ 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Sizing device. 2,190,306 ; Feb. 13. 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Pressure regulator for sizing devices. 
2.220,470 ; Nov. 5. 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Grinding machine. 2,220,471 ; Nov. 
5. 

Balsiger, Harold E., and C. L. Ott, assignors to Landis 
Tool Company, Waynesboro, Pa. Machine for grind- 
ing noncircular work. 2,201,218 ; May 21. 

Balsiger, Harold E., and R. E. Price, assignors to Landis 
Tool (Company, Waynesboro, Pa. Grinding wheel feed- 
ing mechanism. 2,211,530 ; Aug. 13. 

Balsley, James R., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse X-Ray Company, Inc., 
Long Island City, N. Y. Sound recording system. 
2,193.665 ; IMar. 12. 

Balster, Albert, Chicago, III. Desk. 2,186,316 ; Jan. 9. 

Balthasar, Harry G., Cincinnati, Ohio. Venetian blind 
filter mechanism. 2,224,712 ; Dec. 10. 

Balthasar, Harry G., West Tower Park, assignor to The 
Edward J. HofE Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. "Venetian 
blind mechanism. 2,188,639 ; Jan. 30. 

Balthasir, Harry G., West Tower Park, assignor, by 
mesnu assignments, to The Sprayomatic Products Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, O&io. Price marking ticket. 
2,197,738: Apr. 16. 

Balthasar, Harry G., West Tower Park, assignor to The 
Edward J. HofC Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tilting 
device. 2,227,211 ; Dec. 31. 

Baltimore Development Corporation. (See Barcus, John 
W., assignor.) 

Balton, James. (See Bereck, Daniel, assignor.) 

Balton, James, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Blaryland Bak- 
ing Company. Cone dispenser. 2,210,829 ,• Aug. 6. 

Balz, Emil H., assignor to Plaskon Company, Incorporated, 
Toledo, Ohio. N-methyl saccharin in formaldehyde-urea 
molding compositions. 2,201,021 ; May 14. 

Balz, Max, Esslingen, assignor to Daimler-Benz Aktien- 
gesellschaft, Stuttgart-Dnterturkheim, Germany. Shock 
absorber assembly, especially for motor vehicles. 
2,199.063 ; Apr. 30. 

Balz, William G. (See Shakespeare, H. G., and Balz.) 

Bambenek, Joseph B., assignor to Peerless Chain Com- 
pany, Winona, Minn. Chain link. 2,212,911 ; Aug. 

Bamber, Joseph, Stamford, Conn. Tube compressor. 

2,194.882 ; Mar. 26. 
Bamberg, Edward. (See Giffoniello, E., and Bamberg.) 
Bamberger. Kurt. (See Weinand. K., and Bamberger.) 
Bamford, Harry S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor by mesne 
assignments, to Farnsworth Television & Radio Cor- 
poration, Dover, Del. Apertured electrode for ther- 
mionic tubes. 2,185,395; Jan. 2. 
Bancroft, CJharles. New Canaan, Conn. Displacement 

means. Re. 21.583 ; Oct. 1. 
Bancroft Holdings Limited. (See Johns, Henry S., as- 
signor.) 



Bancroft, Richard H., New Castle, assignor to The Perfect 
Circle Company, Hagerstown, Ind. Making piston 
rings. 2,214,650; Sept. 10. 

Bancroft, Richard H., New Castle, assignor to The Perfect 
Circle Company, Hagerstown, Ind. Piston ring. 
2,214,651 ; Sept. 10. 

Bancroft, Richard H., New Castle, assignor to The Perfect 
Circle Company, Hagerstown, Ind. Iron alloy. 
2,214,652; Sept. 10. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Soluble organic phosphate fertilizer ma- 
terials. 2,213,513; Sept. 3. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Soil fertilization. 2,213,514; Sept. 3. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Mixtures of organic phosphates and cal- 
careous neutralizing agents. 2,213,515 ; Sept. 3. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Fertilizer mixture. 2,213,619 ; Sept. 3. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Organic phosphate. 2,213,620 ; Sept. 3. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Peptized phosphatic fertilizer. 
2,222,734 ; Nov. 26. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, Jr., 
Ithaca, N. Y. Phosphate fertilizer. 2,222,735 ; Nov. 
26. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, 
Jr., Ithaca, N. Y. Phosphate fertilizer. 2,222,736 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, 
Jr., Ithaca, N. Y. Amine and phosphatic fertilizer. 
2,222,737 ; Nov. 26. 

Bancroft, Wilder D., J. K. Wilson, and J. E. Rutzler, 
Jr., Ithaca, N. Y. Phosphatic fertilizer. 2,222,738 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Bandaway Inc. (See Gordon, Sumner S., assignor.) 

Bandaway Inc. (See Nordberg, Ernst A., assignor.) 

Bandcan Corporation. (See Seybold, Hermann G., as- 
signor.) 

Bandlow, William J., Dudley, Mass. Garment hanger 
and support. 2,215,345 ; Sept. 17. 

Bandringa, Menze. (See Teves, M. C, Kraak, and Band- 
ringa.) 

Bandringa, Menze, and M. C. Teves, Eindhoven, Nether- 
lands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Radio Cor- 
poration of America, New York, N. Y. Mosaic electrode 
structure. 2,198,327 ; Apr. 23. 

Bandur, Adolph F., Berwyn, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Heat 
treating apparatus. 2,211,311 ; Aug. 13. 

Bandy, Robert W., Fresno, Calif. Press paper roll chuck. 
2,219,124 ; Oct. 22. 

Banfield, Bernard J., Aylesbury, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. Radio receiver. 2,215,775 : Sept. 24. 

Bangasser. Louis W., assignor to Stover Manufacturing 
& Engine Co., Freeport, 111. Windmill. 2,214,570; 
Sept. 10. 

Bangert, Heinrich, Dusseldorf, Germany. Production of 
pipe conduits for chemical purposes. 2,198,149 ; Apr. 
23. 

Bangratz, Ernest G., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Vapor electric device. 2,186,189 ; Jan. 9. 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to Cohn & 
Rosenbergei- Inc., New York, N. Y. Jewelry. 
2,205,918 ; June 25. 

Banigan, Thomas F., Kenmore, and O. E. Snyder, Buffalo, 
N. Y., assignors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Recovery of Glauber's salt. 
2,190,280 ; Feb. 13. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
Upholstery construction. 2,185,396 ; Jan. 2. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J, 
Upholstery construction. 2,192,294 ; Mar. 5. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
Upholstery construction. 2,207,773 ; July 16. 

Bank, Sylvia. (See Bank, Albert M., assignor.) 

Banker, Oscar H., Chicago, 111. Valve actuating mecha- 
nism. 2,206,869 ; July 9. 

Banker, Oscar H., Chicago, 111. Valve actuating mecha- 
nism. 2,213,195 ; Sept. 3. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Change speed transmission mechanism. 
2.198,072 ; Apr. 23. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Automatic transmission. 2,199,095 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Bankers Box Company. (See Fellowes, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Banks, Dorothy A. (See Banks, Reginald M. and D. A.) 

Banks, Frank K., Atlanta, Ga. Insecticide collar for 
animals. 2,205,711 ; June 25. 

Banks, George B., Chelmsford, England, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Cathode ray tube. 2,203,483 ; 
June 4. 

Banks, George B., Billericay, England, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron device. 2,207,503 ; 
July 9. 

Banks, George B., Billericay, England, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron multiplier tube. 
2,221.070 ; Nov. 12. 

Banks. Reginald M.. and D. A., Woodmere, N. Y. Float. 
2,216,871 ; Oct. 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Banks, William C, Jersey City, N. J. Welding cartridge. 

2,225,028 ; Dec. 17. 
Bann, Bernard. (See Clayton, J. H., and Bann.) 
Bannenberg, Wilhelm, Velbert, Germany, assignor to The 
Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Boor closer. 2,209,553 ; July 30. 
Banning, Thomas A., Jr., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Fuel feed- 
ing mechanism. 2,213,683 ; Sept. 3. 
Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Skelp heating furnace. 
2,214,157 ; Sept. 10. 
Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Manufacturing metallic tubular 
articles. 2,216,718 ; Oct. 8. 
Bannister, Leonard C, St. Helen's and W. J. Clements, 
assignors to British Insulated Cables Limited, Prescot, 
England. Winding flexible materials onto spools, bob- 
bins, or the like. 2,206,246 ; July 2. 
Bannister, Walter F., assignor of forty-nine per cent to 
H. G. Hard, Birmingham, Ala. Twist drill. 2,193,186 ; 
Mar. 12. 
Bannon, Lewis A. (See Schneider, H. G., and Bannon.) 
Bannon, William H. (See Voegeli, Frederick B., as- 
signor.) 
Banta, Harry R., Ashland, Oreg. Lawn mower. 

2,218,865 ; Oct. 22. 
Bantam Bearings Corporation. (See Frauenthal, H., 

and Thomas, assignors.) 
Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Automatic control equipment for syn- 
chronous frequency converters. 2,198,470 ; Apr. 23. 
Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Synchronizing equipment. 2,215,063 ; 
Sept. 17. 
Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control system. 2,219,172 ; Oct. 
22. 
Bappler, Charles T., assignor to The Bush Manufacturing 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Heat exchange apparatus. 
2,203,075 ; June 4. 
Baptist, Henri F. J., Forest-Brussels, Belgium. Rotary 
oven for the heat treatment of coal and other solid 
materials. 2,219,407 ; Oct. 29. 
Barach, Alvan L., et al. (See Strange, Charles C, as- 
signor. ) 
Barach, Edmund J., et al. (See Strange, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 
Barbarou, Marius, J.-B., Neuilly/Seine, France. Antifric- 
tion metaling of bearings. 2,199,125 ; Apr. 30. 
Barbati, Joseph, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
S-hoe channel cementing machine. 2,208,694 ; July 23. 
Barbeau, Thomas S., Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. Driving 
mechanism for screw drivers and drills. 2,219,509 ; 
Oct. 29. 
Barbee, George C, Bigtimber, Mont. Flashlight. 

2,221,126 ; Nov. 12. 
Barber, Alfred W., Flushing, N. Y. Self-indicating mer- 
cury switch. 2,194,241 ; Mar. 19. 
Barber, Alfred W., Flushing, N. Y. Light modulation 

system. 2,219,676 ; Oct. 29. 
Barber, Clarence A., Gridley, Kans. Reversible power 

clutch. 2,188,215 ; Jan. 23. 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Colman, Howard D., 

assignor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Drake, George F., as- 
signor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Edgar, John, assignor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Germonprez, John A., as- 
signor. ) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Greenlee, Theodore K., 

assignor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Lilja, Edgar D., assignor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Noling, Martin N., as- 
signor.) 
Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A., as- 
signor.) 
Barber, Donn R., Saugus, Mass. Spearhead nozzle. 

2,224,010; Dec. 3. 
Barber, Everett M., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricating railway 
car journals. 2,198,569 ; Apr. 23. 
Barber, Forest C, Bartlesville, Okla. Pressure-seated 

closure. 2,191,066 ; Feb. 20. 
Barber, Forest C, Bartlesville, Okla. Container closure. 

2,206,150 ; July 2. 
Barber, Frank, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Variable speed 
and motion transmitting mechanism. 2,218,840 ; Oct. 
22. 
Barber, Howard B., assignor to Montgomery Ward & 
Co.. Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine light 
or the like. 2,226,689 ; Dec. 31. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary web 
printing press. 2,199,812 ; May 7. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary press. 2,202,134 ; May 28. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Cutting and 
folding machine. 2.211.046 : Aug. 13. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary In- 
taglio printing press. 2,212,820; Aug. 27. 



Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Rotary web 
printing press. 2,216,562 ; Oct. 1. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Driving 
mechanism for rotary printing presses. 2,219,734 ; 
Oct. 29. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Associating 
and folding mechanism. 2,222,278 ; Nov. 19. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Associating 
and folding mechanism. 2,222,279 ; Nov. 19. 
Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Inking 
mechanism for printing presses. 2,223,945 ; Dec. 3. 
Barber, James M., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
Stock fitting machine. 2,201,283 ; May 21. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie- 
Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Container making ma- 
chine. 2,197,782 ; Apr. 23. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie-Vortex 
Company, Chicago, 111. Container making machine. 
2,203,515 ; June 4. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie- 
Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Container and making 
the same. 2,220,312 ; Nov. 5. 
Barbieri, Nick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Half-lined coat. 

2,195,806; Apr. 2. 
Barbour Welting Company. (See Vizard, William C, as- 
signor. ) 
Barcalo Manufacturing Company. (See Vallone, Joseph 

M., assignor.) 
Barclay, McClelland, New York, N. Y. Camouflaging. 

2,190,691 ; Feb. 20. 
Barclay, William R., and H. Boothroyd, Leicester, Eng- 
land, assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Borough of Flemington, N. J. Heel building machine. 
2,226,798; Dec. 31. 
Barco Corporation. (See Barley, Albert C, Jr., assignor.) 
Barcroft, William G., Boulder, Colo. Burglar alarm and 

trap. 2,187,928 ; Jan. 23. 
Barcus, Anthony P. (See Hiester, H. M., and Barcus.) 
Barcus, John W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Baltimore Development Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Flexible driving connection. 2,190,857 ; Feb. 20. 
Barcus, William H. (See Tarbox, L. A., and Barcus.) 
Bard, Elmer H., assignor to Geerpres Wringer, Inc., 

Muskegon, Mich. Wringer. 2,199,906 ; May 7. 
Bardega, Joseph S., Detroit, Mich. Circular racing toy. 

2,205,459 ; June 25. 
Bardin, Georges. (See Bergerioux, Rene, assignor.) 
Bardsley, Howard C, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 
Waistband construction of trousers and the likcv 
2,216,030 ; Sept. 24. 
Bardsley, Joseph R., Yonkers, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Loading 
apparatus case. 2,197,513 ; Apr. 16. 
Bardsley, Willard W., Providence, assignor to Wardwell 
Braiding Machine Company, Central Falls, R. I. Fault 
detector and stopping device for textile machines. 
2,190,169 ; Feb. 13. 
Bargnyi, B61a, Paris, France, assignor to the firm Getefo, 
Gesellschaft fur technischen Fortschritt m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Rubber springing for motor vehicles. 
2,202,615 ; May 28. 
Baret, Albert. (See Schuermans, M., and Baret.) 
Barett, Louis A., Lynn, Mass. Clamp buckle. 2,197,535 ; 

Apr. 16. 
Barfod, Frederik, assignor to Bendix Products Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Pump. 2,221,071 ; Nov. 12. 
Barge, Raymond H., Mineola, assignor to National Meter 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. By-pass compensator for 
meters. 2,189,750 ; Feb. 13. 
Bargen, William J., Waukegan, 111. Open top book box 

structure. 2,226,458 ; Dec. 24. 
Barham, Theophilus A., Norfolk, Va. Fire escape. 

2.205,026 ; June 18. 
Barieau, Jerome E., Auburn, Calif. Ski binding. 

2,208,829 ; July 23. 
Bariffi, Herbert F., Hamden, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric heating apparatus. 
2,196,005; Apr. 2. 
Barium Reduction Corporation. (See Specht, Randolph 

C, assignor.) 
Barium Stainless Steel Corporation. (See Bradford, W. 

D.. and Lab, assignors.) 
Barkdoll, Joseph P. (See Avery, H. A., and Barkdoll.) 
Barkdoll, Joseph P. (See Avery, H. A., Barkdoll, and 

Evans. ) 
Barkdoll, Joseph P., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & 
Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Back spac- 
ing mechanism. 2,217,654 ; Oct. 15. 
Barkei.i, F. A. H. (See Barkeij, Jean A. H., assignor.) 
Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2.191,745 ; Feb. 27. 
Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Combustion chamber 
in cylinder heads of internal combustion engines. 
2,191,746; Feb. 27. 
Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Internal combustion 

engine. 2,209,012 ; July 23. 
Barkeij, .lean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Valve gear for 
multicylinder radial engines, together with a reduction 
and clutch drive gear. 2,209,013 ; July 23. 



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Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadeiia, Calif. Connecting rod 

structure. 2,209,014 ; July 23. 
Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif., assignor to F. A. H. 

Barkeij, Malang, Java, Dutch East Indies. Intake 

manifold for internal combustion engines. 2,199,276 ; 

Apr. 30. 
Barker, Elvin O., Salt Lake City, Utah. Mall paper 

cleaner. 2,225,517 ; Dec. 17. 
Barker, Fred V., Alexandria Bay, N. Y. Ashtray. 

2,187,896 ; Jan. 23. 
Barker, Henry T., London, England, assignor to Borg- 

Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Clutch. 2,219,097 ; 

Oct. 22. 
Barker, Howard H., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 

Weksler Thermometer Corporation. Thermometer. 

2,189,123 ; Feb. 6. 
Barker, John L., Pleasantville, assignor to Automatic 

Signal Corporation, New York, N. Y. Traffic detector. 

2.201.145 ; May 21. 

Barker, John L., Norwalk, Conn., assignor to Automatic 
Signal Corporation, New York, N. Y., Traffic detector. 

2.201.146 ; May 21. 

Barker, John O., assignor to Sweets Laboratories, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Chewing gum material. 2,190,180; 
Feb. 13. 

Barker, Lloyd G., and E. N. Todd, Miami, Fla. Boat 
construction. 2,220,875 ; Nov. 12. 

Barker, Percy E., Pepper Pike Village, Ohio. Mechanical 
movement. 2,212,872 ; Aug. 27. 

Barker Poultry Equipment Company. (See Onorato, P., 
and Weinaug, assignors.) 

Barker, Virgil D. (See Baker, C. I., Barker, and Maurer.) 

Barker, Virgil D., VVestfield, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol apparatus. 2,190,820; Feb. 20. 

Barker, William A. (See Pratt, J. W., and Barker.) 

Barkinen, Kenneth W. (See Drissner, A. E., Hogg, 
Barklnen, and Garey.) 

Barkley, Ivah, et al. (See Chapman, R. E., and Cahall, 
assignors.) 

Barks, Frank S., St. Louis, A. P. Fox, University City, 
L. C. Rotter, Maplewood, and W. Z. Linders, Ferguson, 
assignors to Lincoln Engineering Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. Reel. 2,221,566 ; Nov. 12. 

Barlett, Helen B. (See McDougal, T. G., Fessler, and 
Barlett.) 

Barley, Albert C, Jr., Portland, assignor to Barco Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Punching or cutting impreg- 
nated fabrics. 2,203,937 ; June 11. 

Barlough, Stephan L., Berkley, Mich. Overhead door 
construction. 2,214,653 ; Sept. 10. 

Barlow, Erie P., and H. A. Cramer, Jr., assignors to The 
Glenn L. Martin Company, Baltimore, Md. Switch. 
2.209,378 ; July 30. 

Barlow, Harold E. M., London, England. Apparatus for 
the electrical protection of gaseous and other dis- 
charge tubes. 2,210,888 ; Aug. 13. 

Barlow, Harold E. M., London. England. Apparatus for 
the electrical protection of electric discharge tube in- 
stallations. 2.210,889 ; Aug. 13. . ^ 

Barlow, Roy G. (See Adams, G. L., Barlow, and Shapiro.) 

Barlow, Sidney D., and P. Sussman, Bronx, N. Y. Mark- 
ing device. 2,211.312 ; Aug. 13. . , ■ 

Barlow, William H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Jaw unit for electric con- 
nectors. 2,222,493 ; Nov. 19. ^ ^ - 

Barlow, William H., assignor to Scovil Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Slotted spider member. 
2,222,494 ; Nov. 19. . - > 

Bar Master, Inc. (See Hutsell, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Barmer Maschinenfabrik Aktiengesellschaft. (See Boch- 
mann, Otto, assignor.) 

Barna, Andrew, South Chicago, 111. Lifting buoy. 
2,213,375 ; Sept. 3. . , „ ^ 

Barna, Joseph W. (See De Vito, A., and Barna.) 

Barnard, Florence C, St. Paul, Minn. Garment. 
2,203,401 ; June 4. 

Barnard, Roy M., London, England, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New Yort, N. J. 
Time base circuit for cathode ray tube. 2,215,77b ; 
Sept 24 

Barnard, Samuel G., Seattle, Wash. Amusement ride. 
2,211.876 : Aug. 20. 

Barnard, Walter E., Wethersfield, Conn. CoiTee container. 
2,190,203 : Feb. 13. ^^ . , ^ . .• r. 

Barnes, Blakeslee, assignor to Chemical Construction Cor- 
poration, New York. N. Y. Sinter, method of prepara- 
tion and use thereof. 2.198.372; Apr 23. 

Barnes, Blakeslee, New York, N. Y., and H. E. Broughton. 
Hackensack, N. J., assignors to Chemical Construction 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Production of sulphur 
dioxide from metal sulphates. 2,202,414; May 28. 

Barnes, Blakeslee, New York, and N. Titlestad, White 
Plains, assignors to Chemical Construction Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Decomposing acid sludge. 2,223,934 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Barnes, Carl B. (See Kistler, S. S., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Carl E., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Abrasive article. 2,218,782 ; Oct. 22. 

Barnes, Charles D., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Well drill- 
ing fluid. 2,209,591 ; July 30. 
Barnes, Charles H., Glendale, assignor to Lane-Wells 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Releasable cable head. 
2,187,007 ; Jan. 16. 



Barnes, Charles H., Glendale, and J. Young, Jr., Hunt- 
ington Park, assignors to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Multiple ring packer. 2,216,336 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Caldwell, Harry J., assignor.) 

Barnes, Edward E., Philadelphia, Pa. Lifeboat and pro- 
pelling mechanism therefor. 2,193,682 ; Mar. 12. 

Barnes, Elias B., Sturgis, Mich. Heating and ventilating 
means. 2,225,203 ; Dec. 17. 

Barnes, Frederick A., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to Bailey Meter Company. Bearing. 2,224,627 ; Dec. 
10. 

Barnes, Harold F. (See Conradi, L. C, and Barnes.) 

Barnby, Herbert A., Toledo, Ohio^ assignor to Owen- 
Illinois Glass Company. Dispensing container. 
2,198,570 ; Apr. 23. 

Barnes, Howard T., assignor to G. F. Foss, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Mixture applicable to tires, foot- 
wear, or the like to prevent skidding. 2,204,466 ; 
June 11. 

Barnes, James L., Fostoria, Ohio. Optical instrument. 
2,204,291 ; June 11. 

Barnes, John H., Cleveland, Ohio. Toy building kit. 
2,194,289 ; Mar. 19. 

Barnes, Leslie W., Long Hill, assignor to The Baird 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Vertical spindle, 
2,212,223 ; Aug. 20. 

Barnes, Lewis C, assignor to The Howe Scale Company, 
Rutland, Vt. Photoelectric attachment for scales. 
2,197,514; Apr. 16. 

Barnes, Mabs R., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Holly- 
wood Silk Mills, Los Angeles, Calif. Garment construc- 
tion. 2,213,757 ; Sept. 3. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,212,002; 
Aug. 20. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fluid conduit. 2,217,000 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Barnes Motor Developments Company. (See Barnes, 
William B., assignor.) 

Barnes, Norman W. (See Dube, J. E., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Norman W., assignor to The Fulton Sylphon 
Company, Knoxville, Tenn. Mixing device. 2,205,334 ; 
June 18. 

Barnes, Philip C. (See Alexander, P., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, R. M., et al. (See Lucas, Earnie W., assignor.) 

Barnes, Robert, assignor to G. E. Russell, San Francisco, 
Calif. Mechanical file. 2,224,132; Dec. 10. 

Barnes, Robert, Port Washington, assignor to American 
Cigarette & Cigar Company, New York, N. Y. Display 
device. 2,225,329 ; Dec. 17. 

Barnes, Robert B. (See Ham, G. P., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Blue print 
coating. 2,218,969 ; Oct. 22. 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preliminarily 
curing a heat convertible resinous material. 2,222,470 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, and G. P. Ham, Old Green- 
wich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Blueprint coating. 2,199,368 ; Apr. 
30. 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, and G. P. Ham, Old Green- 
wich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Recovery of silver from spent 
photographic solutions. 2,221,163 ; Nov. 12. 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, G. P. Ham, Riverside, and 
L. P. Moore, Stamford, Conn., assignors to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Blueprint coat- 
ing. 2,221,628 ; Nov. 12. 

Barnes, Troy T., et al. (See Lucas, Barnie W., as- 
signor. ) 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevil, High- 
land Park, 111. Mechanical clamp. 2,190,143 ; Feb. 13. 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevil, High- 
land Park, 111. Magnetic cLimp. 2.204,.396 ; June 11. 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff and H. W. Keevil, Highland 
Park, 111. Flaw detecting apparatus. 2,219,885 ; Oct. 
29. 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and H. W. Keevil, Highland 
Park, 111. Recording apparatus for detector cars. 
2,220,881 ; Nov. 12. 

Barnes, Vv'illiam A., Mansfield, Ohio. Electric heating 
element construction. 2,194,193 ; Mar. 19. 

Barnes, William A.. M;insfiield. Ohio, assiirnor to Domin- 
ion Electric Manufacturing, Inc. Electric heater. 
2,198,694 ; Apr. 30. 

Barnes, William A., Mansfield, Ohio. Blanufacturing 
threaded parts. 2,210,353 ; Aug. 6. 

Barnes, William A., Mansfield. Ohio, assignor to Dominion 
Electrical Manufacturing Company. Electrical appli- 
ance. 2,214,872 ; Sept. 17. 
Barnes, William A., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Dominion 
Electrical Manufacturing Company. Temperature re- 
sponsive device. 2,217,328; Oct. 8. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, assignor to Barnes 
Motor Developments Company, Muncie, Ind. Planetary 
overdrive and free wheeling transmission. 2,214,986 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Barnes, William B., assignor to Barnes Motor Develop- 
ments Company, Muncie, Ind. Automatic transmission 
shift. 2,225,493 ; Dec. 17. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Barnett, Carleton E., Cambridge, Mass. Wire twisting 
device. 2,186,090 ; Jan. 9. 

Barnett, Edward J., Compton, assignor of one-half to L. 
L. Sissell, Los Angeles, Calif. Device for dispensing 
measured quantities of divided solid material. 
2,205,129 ; June 18. 

Barnett, George L., Millsboro, Del. Leader for fishing 
lines. 2,218,946 ; Oct. 22. 

Barnett, Maxwell M. (See Hills, R. C, and Barnett.) 

Barnett, P. B., et al. (See Emmons, Elias S., assignor.) 

Barnett, Sylvester L., et al. (See Kah, Elmer H., as- 
signor.) 

Barnett, William K., Webster Groves, Mo. Preserving 
flowers and apparatus therefor. 2,224,284 ; Dec. 10. 

Barney, Edwin R., Newton, Mass. Receptacle. 2,195,442 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Barney, Freeman. (See Lee, J. E., and Barney.) 

Barney, Freeman. (See Lee, J. W., and Barney.) 

Barney, Harold L., and B. G. Bjornson, New York, N. Y., 
and A. M. Curtis, South Orange, N. J., assignors to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Gain control circuits. 2,213,034 ; Aug. 27. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Hypodermic needle. 
2,187,259 : Jan. 16. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Water culture 
apparatus. 2,198,150; Apr. 23. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Hydraulic swivel 
connector. 2,201,976 ; May 28. 

Barnhart, George B., Pasadena, Calif. Mechanical move- 
ment. 2,201,977 ; May 28. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Hydraulic con- 
trol. 2,204,649 ; June 18. 

Barnhart, Philip S., Westfield, assignor to Westfield River 
Paper Company, Inc., Russell, Mass. Paper. 2,226,841 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Barnhart, Vern A., Chester, N. J. Building unit. 
2,199,946 ; May 7. 

Barnhart, William E., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The American Fork & Hoe Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for forming a hedse 
shear blade. 2,185,881 ; Jan. 2. 

Barnick, Henry. (See Rentz, Frank B., assignor.) 

Barns, John K., Bement, 111. Geometrical instrument. 
2,194,632 ; Mar. 26. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Preflattened corox unit. 2,208,405 ; 
July 16. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Oven rack glide. 2,225,762 ; Dee. 24. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, and E. H. Lockwood, Mansfield, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Heater terminal block. 
2,189,622; Feb. 6. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, and E. H. Lockwood, Mansfield, 
Ohio, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Heater unit. 
2,217,465 ; Oct. 8. 

Barnum, Ben, Huntington Park, assignor to Lane-Wells 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Gun type well casing 
perforator. 2,216,151 ; Oct. 1. 

Baron, Herman L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Cladite 
Incorporated. Protective coating. 2,201,981 ; May 28. 

Baron, Leo S. (See Driscoll, George H., assignor.) 

Baroni, Peter. (See Baroni, Sante and P.) 

Baroni, Sante, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Plemington, N. J. 
Stock fitting machine. 2,202,081 ; May 28. 

Baroni, Sante and P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to 
Dnited Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flem- 
ingtou, N. J. Grooving machine. 2,187,142 ; Jan. 10. 

Barr, Bruce A. (See White, S. O., and Barr.) 

Barr, Bruce A., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission synchronizer. 
2,221,901 ; Nov. 19. 

Barr, Courtland H., Glenolden, assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Preservation 
of biologically active and other substances. 2,198,752 : 
Apr. 30. 

Barr, Glen G., assignor to Backstay Welt Company. 
Union City, Ind. Finishing welt and filler strip. 
2,226,354 ; Dec. 24. 

Barr, John F., assignor to Champion Spark Plug Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Spark plug with umbrella. 2,190,765 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Barr, John L. (See Sullivan, Charles J., assignor.) 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Weight relieving device. 
2,199,870; May 7. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Automobile parking 
device. 2,206,623 ; July 2. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Parking device for 
automobiles. 2,222,359 ; Nov. 19. 

Barr Rubber Products Company. (See Dorn, Randolpli 
J., assignor.) 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See French, James W., as- 
signor.) 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See Macgill, Charles D., as- 
signor.) 

Barrans, William T. (See Girard, B. P., Barrans, and 
Martin.) 

Barrans, William T., Towson, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Braid covered electric cord and making such a cord. 
2.217.832; Oct. 15. 



Barrans, William T., Towson, and P. M. Cole, Dundalk, 
Md., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Strand covering machine. 
2,200,323 ; May 14. 

Barrans, William T., Towson, P. M. Cole, Dundalk, and 
B. P. Girard, Baltimore, Md., assignors to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical conductor. 2,206,934 ; July 9. 

Barreda, Abraham. (See Geijo, M., and Barreda.) 

Barrel Pitting & Seal Corporation. (See Schwartz, Mor- 
ris, assignor.) 

Barret, William M., assignor to Engineering Research 
Corporation, Shreveport, La. Electrical apparatus and 
method for locating minerals. 2,201,256 ; May 21. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, assignor to The Barrett 
Bindery Co., Chicago, 111. Portable displayer. Re. 
21.371 ; Feb. 27. 

Barrett, Arthur M., Winnetka, assignor to Barrett-Cra 
vens Company, Chicago, 111. Lift truck. 2,195,668 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Barrett Bindery Co., The. (See Barrett, Arthur M.. 
assignor.) 

Barrett Bindery Co., The. (See Ericson, Elmer W., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett, Bodine B., Newark, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Puri- 
fying lead nitrate solutions. 2,187,108 ; Jan. 16. 

Barrett, Charles D., and C. R. Whitehead, Altoona, Pa. 
Springing for railway trucks. 2,199,907 ; May 7. 

Barrett Company, The. (See Drewsen, Pierre, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Gould, David F., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Hall, Ocie C, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Hamlin, Marston L., as- 
signor. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Kerr, Earl G., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company. (See Ryan, Albert O., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Sutherland, Leslie T., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett-Cravens Company. (See Barrett, Arthur M., as 
signer.) 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, assignor to Barrett 
Engineering Company, Chicago, 111. Amusement device. 
2,204,397 ; June 11. 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, and J. Bertschi, assignors 
to Utah Radio Products Company, Chicago, 111. Elec- 
tromagnetic vibratory motor. 2,185,683 ; Jan. 2. 

Barrett, Edward R., assignor to Gar Wood Industries, Inc., 
Detroit, Mich. Tiltable truck body. 2,186,796 : Jan. 9. 

Barrett, Edward R., assignor to Gar Wood Industries. 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Scoop. 2,196,690 ; Apr. 9. 

Barrett, Edward R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Gar Wooi! 
Industries, Inc. Fluid control system. 2,203,938 ; June 
11. 

Barrett, Edward R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Gar Wood 
Industries, Inc. Fluid control system. 2,203,939 ; Juno 
11. 

Barrett, Edward R., assignor to Gar Wood Industries. 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Fluid control device. 2,226,192 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Barrett, Edward R., assignor to Gar Wood Industries, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Body hoisting mechanism. 
2,226,193 ; Dec. 24. 

Barrett, Elliott P., and G. D. Beal, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bone 
black. 2,226,421 ; Dec. 24. 

Barrett, Elmer G., Pampa, Tex. Rotary motor. 2,208,177 : 
July 16. J - , , 

Barrett Engineering Company. (See Barrett, Edward L., 
assignor.) 

Barrett, George J., and S. Robichaux, Houston, Tex. 
Cutting tool. 2,109,020; Apr. 30. 

Barrett, Glenn J., assignor to L. C. Smith & Corona 
Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Transfer mechanism 
for key-set adding machines. 2,199,253 ; Apr. 30. 

Barrett, Harold G. (See Reynolds, M., and Barrett.) 

Barrett, Harold J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Dehydrohalogenation of alpha-chlorisobutyric esters 
with zinc and zinc halldes. 2.199,774 : May 7. 

Barrett, Harold J., Niagara Falls, and C. J. Wernlund, 
North Tonawanda, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Tin plating. 
2,211,251 ; Aug. 13. 

Barrett, Harry B., St. Louis, Mo. Combination preclsioii 
grinder and caliper. 2,187,962 ; Jan. 23. 

Barrett, Herbert R., Chelmsford, and W. Brookes, assign- 
ors to Lake and Elliott Limited, Braintree, England 
Valve apparatus for use in distributing fluid 
2,185,325 ; Jan. 2. 

Barrett, Herman G. (See Ashman, H. H., and Barrett.) 

Barrett & Hilp. (See Jones, Kenneth B., assignor.) 

Barrett & Hilp. (See Muse, Robert B., assignor.) 

Barrett, Paul K., San Diego, Calif. Crack filling tool. 
2,214,219 ; Sept. 10. 

Barrett, Robert N., Houston, Tex. Ornamental object. 
2,185,492 ; Jan. 2. 

Barrette, Hermann. (See Cyr, Armand, assignor.) 

Barrette, Joseph E., et al. (See Boivin, Odilon, as- 
signor.) 

Barrey, Etienne, Nanterre, Seine, assignor of fifty per 
cent to M. J. L. Masnou, Paris, France. Alternating 
current rectifier. 2,201.940 ; May 21. 

Barrickman, Laurinda J., Kansas City, Mo. Stitch 
gauge. 2,207,113; July 9. 



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Barringer, Wallis & JManners Limited. (See Dove, John 
A., assignor.) 

Barrington, John W., Baldwin, and M. Wliite, assignors of 
ten per cent to J. P. Canfield, Brooklyn, N. Y., and 
ten per cent to P. S. McLean, Bloomfield, N. J., forty 
per cent to said Barrington and forty per cent to said 
White. Door handle. 2,223,236; Nov. 26. 

Barrner, Jacob E., Camden, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Suc- 
tion nozzle. 2,216,934 ; Oct. 8. 

Barron, Charles A., Preston, England. Wire-drawing ma- 
chine. 2,217,245 ; Oct. 8. 

Barron-Gray Packing Company. (See Gray, H. E. and 
Erickson, assignors.) 

Barron, Langdon S., Sr., assignor of one-half to J. A. 
Weaver, Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Hook jaw wire connector, 
2,225,947 ; Dec. 24. 

Barron, Paul W., Miami, Fla. Direct pressure ventilator. 
2,188,699 ; Jan. 30. 

Barrows, Alford C. (See Langford, G. W., and Barrows.) 

Barrows, Alfred C., H. L. Haines, and G. W. Langford, 
assignors to Economy Baler Company, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Baling press. 2,205,460 ; June 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Journal bos. 2,186,935 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Journal box seal. 
2.193,326 ; Mar. 12. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Side bearing. 2,197,783 ; 
Apr. 23. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,200,571 ; May 14. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2.205,369 ; June 18. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,207,848 ; July 16. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Side frame and journal 
box. 2,209,488 ; July 30. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,217,246 ; Oct. 8. 

Barrows, Donald S., and E. H. Blattner, assignors to The 
Symington-Gould Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Rail- 
way truck spring unit. 2.198.261 : Apr. 23. 

Barrv, Cornelius J., Chicago, 111. Forming handle bar 
and the like. 2,216,833 ; Oct. 8. 

Barry, David P., Glenbrook, Conn., and G. J. Seltzer, 
Forest Ililis, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Lamp mounting. 
2,206,217 ; July 2. 

Barry, Edward J., Orlando, Fla., assignor of forty-flve 
one hundredths to Ervin T. Brown, Winter Park, Fla. 
Solar water heater. 2,213,894; Sept. 3. 

Barry, Frederic M., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Tube for heat exchang- 
ing apparatus. 2,224,095 ; Dec. 3. 

Barry, Joseph A., Philadelphia, Pa. Bowling ball grip 
measuring device. 2,221,938; Nov. 19. 

Barry, Joseph F., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Wire 
connecting device. 2,210,520 ; Aug. 6. 

Barry, Joseph F., Brooklyn, N. Y., and H. G. Oeh, West 
Englewood, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Piezoelectric 
crystal impedance element. 2,194,539 : ]\Iar. 26. 

Barry, Richard J. (See Lewis, C. H., and Barry.) 

Barry- Wehmiller Machinery Company. (See Herold, J. L., 
and Wehmiller, assignors.) 

Barry, William B., San Francisco, Calif. Inner tube for 
automobile tires. 2,203.124 ; June 4. 

Barsch, Guillaume, Luzern, Switzerland. Hand-operated 
blade-grinder. 2.197,119 ; Apr. 16. 

Barske, Ulrich. (See Roosen, R., Barske, and Carl.) 

Barsky, Philip H., New York, N. Y. Fabric. 2,196,286 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Barstow, Alfred. (See Scott, Bernard H., assignor.) 

Bart, Charles W., S.Tvannah, Ga. Apparatus for destroy, 
ing mold sDorPS. 2.186,401 ; Jan. 9. 

Bart, Thomas E., assignor to The Murdock Manufacturing 
and Supply Comjiany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Water box 
construction. 2,209,015 ; July 23. 

Barta, Frank, Smithville, Tex. Air brake. 2,218,866 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Barta, Hugo, Astoria, N. Y. Automatic display device. 
2,188,733 ; Jan. 30. 

Barteaux, Austin B., West New Brighton, Staten Island, 
N. Y. Score keeper. 2,211,635 ; Aug. 13. 

Bartel, Charles F., and W. C. Bartel, Royal Oak, Mich., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to C. A. Hooker and 
I. L. Carron, as trustees. Cushion assembly. 2,203,007 ; 
June 4. 

Bartel. William C. (See Bartel, Charles F.. and W. C.) 

Bartell. Clarence C, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Ef|uitable Meter Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pipe 
joint clamp. 2,220,986 ; Nov. 12. 

BartPls, George, Jr. (See Keely, C. D., and (Schwane- 
mr>.nn. assignor).) 



Bartels, Hans, and G. Ulbricht, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Ber- 
lin, Germany. Control of audio frequency transmission. 
2,201,022 ; May 14. 

Bartels, Hans, and B. Severin, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Vibrator device. 2,213,541 ; Sept. 3. 

Barteis, Heinrich. (See Sauev, H., Henkel. Mini Bartels.) 

Bartels, Raymond H., New Orleans, La., assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating 
apparatus. 2,221,438 ; Nov. 12. 

Bartclt, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Mathematical puzzle. 
2,202,078 ; May 28. 

Bartons, Carl E., Copenhagen, Denmark. Signaling sys- 
tem for vehicles. 2,188,451 ; Jan. 30. 

Barter, Harry L., and J. M. Christman, assignors to Pack- 
ard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus 
for forming toothed elements. 2^206,443 ; July 2. 

Earth, Edwin J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Refining. 2,191,089 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Darth, Edwin J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Refining. 2,191,090 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Barth, Gustav, assignor to Siemens Apparate und 
Maschinen Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung, 
Berlin, Germany. Direction indicating means. 
2,204,292 ; June 11. 

Barth, Gustav, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Siemens 
Apparate und Maschinen Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 
Haftung, Berlin, Germany. Direction indicating means. 
2,213,357; Sept. 3. 

Barth, Joseph E., Sarasota, Fla. Advertising attachment 
for license plates. 2,197,676 ; Apr. 16. 

Barth. Otto R. (See Magener, W., and Barth.) 

Barthelemy, Henri L., Rome, Ga., assignor to Tublze 
Chatillon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Gas condition- 
ing. 2,207,774 ; July 16. 

Barthelemy, Ren6, Fontenay, aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Material 
d'Usines a Gaz, Seine, France. Electronic television 
transmitter. 2,199,608 ; May 7. 

Barthelemy, Ren^, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France, assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Arrangement for 
mixing two frequencies in a superheterodyne receiver. 
2.206,072 ; July 2. 

Barthels, Herbert W., Los Angeles, Calif. Luminous gas- 
tube unit. 2,227,173 ; Dec. 31. 

Barthelt, Hans, Berlin-Siemensstadt, Germany, assignor 
to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit breaker. 2,198,491 ; Apr. 
23. 

Bartho, John, New York, N. Y., and John T. Ackerson, 
Radburnfair Lawn, N. J. Cushioned wheel. 2,208,567 ; 
July 23. 

Bartho, John, New York, N. Y., and J. T. Ackerson, Rad- 
burn Fair Lawn, N. J. Power steering mechanism for 
automobiles. 2,219,645; Oct. 29. 

Bartholomiius, Erich. (See Bockmfihl, M., and Barthol- 
oniiius. ) 

Bartholomaus, Erich, Wiesbaden-Biebrich, Germany, as- 
signor to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Diethylcarbamates of resorcinol-mono-alkyl 
ethers and preparing them. 2,209,245 ; July 23. 

Bartholomew, Edward L., and J. D. Paine, Jr., Marble- 
head, Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Cor- 
poration, Borough of Flemington, N. J. Heat treat- 
ment of cast iron. 2,200,765 ; May 14. 

Bartholomew, Frank J., Westfield, N. J., assignor to 
Chemicnl Construction Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Production of SO2 from acid sludge. Re. 21,357 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Bartholomew, Harvey C, Los Angeles, Calif. Game 
apparatus. 2,185,366- Jan. 2. 

Bartholomew, Jess M., Blichigan City, Ind., assignor to 
Sullivan JIachinery Company. Pumping apparatus. 
2,221,855; Nov. 19. 

Bartholomew, Jess M., Michigan City, Ind., assignor to 
Sullivan Machinery Company. Controlling device. 
2,221,856; Nov. 19. 

Bartholomew, Jess M., Michigan City, Ind., assignor to 
Sullivan Machinery Companv. Motor driven compressor. 
2,221,857 ; Nov. 19. 

Bartholomew, Philomena, Des Moines, Iowa. Dough cut- 
ter. 2,206,316 ; July 2. 

Bartholomew, Tracy, Pittsburgh, Pa. Production of dry 
granul.ated slag. 2,210.999 : Aug. 13. 

Bartholomew, Warren F., Michigan City, Ind., assignor to 
Sullivan Machinery Company. Compressor. 2,213,196 ; 
Sent. 3. 

Bartlebaugh, Benjamin C, Wheeling, W. Va. Portable 
baking oven. 2,189,875: Feb. 13. 

B.nrtlett, C. O., & Snow Company, The. (See Smith, 
Benjamin A., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Edward P. (See Loder, D. J., and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett. Edward P., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Producing cyclo- 
hexane and acetone. 2,204.978; June 18. 

Bartlett, Frederic S., St. Davids, Pa. Snow vehicle. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H. (See Whiteley, J. M., Jr., and 
Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Catalytic isomerization of 
normal paraffinie hydrocarbons. 2,216,221 ; Oct. 1. 
2,195,553; Apr. 2. 



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Bartlett, Linton G., North Chicago, and H. B. Holthouse, 
assignors of fifty-one per cent to E. P. Molloy, twenty- 
two per cent to The Northern Trust Company, as trustee, 
and twenty-seven per cent to H. B. Holthouse, Chicago, 
111. Truck. 2,205,999 ; June 25. 

Bartlett, Luis H. (See Davis, A. L., and Bartlett.) 

Bartlett, Norman, Weehawken, N. J. Amusement appa- 
ratus. 2,187,963 ; Jan. 23. 

Bartlett, Norman, North Tonawanda, N. Y. Amusement 
ride. 2,196,093 ; Apr. 2. 

Bartley, Victor. (See Worthington, J. B., and Bartley.) 

Bartling, Howard G., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
Company. Flexible abrasive sheet material. 2,186,001 • 
Jan. 9. 

Bartling, Howard G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Minne- 
sota Mining & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, 
Minn. Abrading element. 2,197,629 ; Apr. 16. 

Bartling, Howard G., Chicago, 111., and E. B. Overshiner, 
Dixon, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn, 
Abrasive sheet material. 2,220.140 ; Nov. 5. 

Bartol, George E., Jr., Wyunewood, Pa., assignor to C. 
Howard Hunt Pen Company, Camden, N. J. Manu- 
facturing pen points. 2,206,525 ; July 2. 

Barton, Albert W. (See Ferguson, E. M., and Barton.) 

Barton, Ben D., A. P. Adney, and H. A. Bentley, assignors 
to American-Marsh Pumps, Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. 
Duplex pump. 2,223,592 ; Dec. 3. 

Barton, David T., et al. (See Myers, Harry A., as- 
signor.) 

Barton, Frank, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Sawing machine. 2,222,806 ; Nov. 26. 

Barton, George L. (See Middler, A. J., and Barton.) 

Barton, Harry S. (See Stamm, A. H., and Barton.) 

Barton, Henry. (See Budd, A. G., and Barton.) 

Barton, Louis E., Windsor; Conn. White composite pig- 
ment and paint and making same. 2,197,604 ; Apr. 16. 

Barton, Louis E., Windsor, Conn. Opaque white pig- 
ment and paint and making same. 2,197,605 ; Apr. 16. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Pennsylvania Patents, Inc., Carson 
City, Nev. Push-pull amplifier circuit. 2,205,335 ; 
June 18. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Pennsylvania Patents, Inc., Carson City, 
Nev. Radio tube socket. 2,206,799 ; July 2. 

Barton, Loy B., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of Amei'ica. Automatic volume control 
with noise suppression. 2,216,582 ; Oct. 1. 

Barton, Norma L. (See Coddington, Earl L., assignor.) 

Barton, Paul D., Chester County, assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Recovering spent filter 
clay. 2,200,145 ; May 7. 

Barton, William, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Abrading tool. 2,197,917 : Apr. 23. 

Bartosch, Wolfgang, assignor to the firm Carbobrouze 
R<5hrenwerk Gesellschaft m. b. H., Vienna, Austria. 
Bearing. 2,218,034 ; Oct. 15. 

Bartow Beacons, Inc. (See Bartow, John B., assignor.) 

Bartow, John B., Blue Bell, assignor to Bartow Beacons, 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Obtaining increased third 
dimensional viewing of objects from a traveling craft 
or vehicle. 2,224,775 ; Dec. 10. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Blonsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Mineral oil com- 
position and treating same. 2,193,666 ; Mar. 12. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nltro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Mineral oil com- 
position and producing same. 2,199,021 ; Apr. 30. 

Bartsch, Henry G., et al. (See Claus, Philip S., assignor.) 

Bartsch, Henry G. (See SaSir, J. A., and Bartsch.) 

Bartunek, Richard, Teltow-Seehof, and A. M. Heinsberg, 
Rhineland, Germany, assignors to North American 
Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Process and ap- 
paratus for use in the manufacture of staple fibers. 
2,202,477 ; May 28. 

Barty, Albert S., Hollywood, Calif. Accordion attach- 
ment. 2,191,747 : Feb. 27. 

Baruch, Sydney N., assignor to Nortron Patents Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Power translating system. 
2.194,966 : Mar. 26. 

Barwasser, Josef. (See von Girsewald, C. B., Roesner, 
and Barwasser.) 

Bary, Woldemar A., New York, N. Y. Insulator. 
2,187,143 ; Jan. 16. 

Bary, Woldemar A., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
electrolytic protection of vessels. 2,193,667 ; Mar. 12. 

Bary, Woldemar A., New York, and A. Jackson, Astoria, 
assignors to Vadim S, Makaroff, New York, N. Y. Pneu- 
matic automobile lift. 2,201,147 ; May 21. 

Basch, Arthur D. (See Medwick, M. P., and Basch.) 

Bascom, Henry M., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Desig- 
nation transmitter. 2,190,307 ; Feb. 13. 

Bascom, Henry M., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Switch- 
ing device. 2.203,321 ; June 4. 
Bascom, Hugh W. (See Bascom, Raymond E., and H. W.) 
Bascom, Raymond E. and H. W., Keene, Tex. Folding 
chair. 2,203,610 ; June 4. 

Bascom. Roger C. (See Roberts, D., Cooper, and Bascom.) 
Basebe, Cecil. (See Sinclair, H., and Basebe.) 



Basel, Georg, deceased, by T. Basel, sole heir, and E. 
Schaelfer, Burghausen, Upper Bavaria ; said G. Basel 
and said E. Schaeffer assignors to Dr. Alexander 
Wacker Gesellschaft fiir Elektrochemische Industrie 
G. m. b. H., Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Producing 
tetrachlorethylene. 2,222,931 ; Nov. 26. 

Basel, Therese, sole heir. (See Basel, Gt., and Schaeffer, 
assignors.) 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,191,138; Feb. 20. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Freight car brake. 2,211,712 ; Aug. 13. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Freight car brake. 2,215,064 ; Sept. 17. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 2,215,239 ; Sept. 17. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Freight car brake. 2,226,507 ; Dec. 24. 

Baselt, Walter H., and R. G. Aurien, assignors to Ameri- 
can Steel Foundries, Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement. 
2,188,260 ; Jan. 23. 

Bash, Irwin J., Los Angeles, assignor to Pacific Distillers, 
Inc., Culver City, Calif. Non corrosive antifreeze com- 
position. 2,195,689 ; Apr. 2. 

Bash, Joseph, and L. Sandry, Perth Amboy, N. J. Illu- 
minated switch handle. 2,214,317; Sept. 10. 

Basham, Arthur W. and E. I., Indlanoia, Iowa. Machine 
for making handled edibles. 2,212,003 ; Aug. 20. 

Basham, Clement, Port Worth, Tex. Honing crank for 
mowers. 2,190,005 ; Feb. 13. 

Basham, Eva I. (See Basham, Arthur W. and E. I.) 

Basham, Walter N., et al. (See Cox, Raymond E., as- 
signor.) 

Bashe, Carl E., Minneapolis, Minn. Closure fastener. 
2,205,614; June 25. 

Basher, Leopold T., Los Angeles, Calif. Book hanger. 
2,197,235 ; Apr. 16. 

Bashore, Elmer E., Bellefontaine, Ohio. Fly line greasing 
device. 2,193,386 ; Mar. 12. 

Bashore, Quinter E., Covina, Calif. Staclnng mechanism. 
2,193,264 ; Mar. 12. 

Basic Dolomite, Inc. (See Lee, Harley C. and E. K., 
assienors. ) 

Basquin, Olin H., Evanston, assignor to Streeter-Amet 
Company, Chicago, 111. Weighing apparatus. 

2,207,996 ; July 16. 

Basquin, Olin H., Evanston, and O. P. Haegele, assignors 
to Streeter-Amet Company, Chicago, 111. Weighing ap- 
paratus. 2,188,261 ; Jan. 23. 

Bass, Dee B., Bronx, assignor to Heirloom Needlework 
Guild, Inc., New York, N. Y. Novelty footwear. 
2,226,110 ; Dec. 24. 

Bass, Robert L., Los Angeles, Calif. Toy aircraft. 
2,202,978 ; June 4. 

Bass, Rubin, Brooklyn, assignor to American Plush & Vel- 
vet Pressboard Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Pressboard 
for velvet, etc. 2,190,631 ; Feb. 13. 

Bass, Shailer L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Blich. Composition of matter. 2,199,385 ; 
May 7. 

Bass, Shailer L., T. A. Kauppi, and F. B. Smith, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Cellulose derivative compositions. 2,189,337 ; Feb. 6. 

Bass, Shailer L. and B. C. Britton, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Cellulose deriva- 
tive composition. 2,189,338 ; Feb. 6. 

Bass, Shailer L., S. M. Stoesser, and R. D. Lowry, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Copolymers of styrene with oiticica oil or its deriva- 
tives. 2,190.915 : Feb. 20. 

Bass, Shailer L., Midland, Mich., and E. G. Hallonquist, 
Shelton. Wash., assignors to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Cellulose derivative composi- 
tions. 2,196,575 ; Apr. 9. 

Bass, Shailer L., and E. L. Kropscott, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Granular 
article containing cellulose ethers and shellac. 
2,199,386 ; May 7. 

Bass, Shailer L., T. A. Kauppi, and C. L. Moyle, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland. Mich. Cellu- 
lose ether composition. 2.224.847 : Dee. 17. 

Bassett, Arthur W. (See Herr, B. F., and Bassett.) 

Bassett, George B., assignor to Buffalo Meter Company, 
Buffalo. N. Y. Liquid meter. 2,213,799 ; Sept. 9. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky., assignor to Meigs, 
Bassett and Slaughter, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Re- 
moving solvents from plastic colloids. 2,209,256 ; July 
23. 

Bassett, James W., Staten Island, N. Y., assignor to The 
Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Filling 
containers. 2,188,700 ; Jan. 30. 

Bassett, Norman D., assignor to Demco Library Supplies. 
Inc., Bladison, Wis. Rebinding of books. 2,219,553 : 
Oct. 29. 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr. (See Chamberlin. J. W., and Bassett.) 

Bassett. Rex E., Jr., South Bend, Ind. Lead-in conductor. 
2,193,0)7; Mar. 12. 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr., South Bend, Ind. Purifying water. 
2,203,040 ; June 4. 

Bassett, Rex B., Jr., assignor to Bendix Home Appliances, 
Inc., South Bend, Ind. Sequential controller. 2,199,775 ; 
May 7. 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Bendix 
Home Appliances, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Washing and 
extracting liquids from textiles, 2,208,830 ; Julv 23, 



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Bassett, Kex E., Jr., assignor to Bendix Home Appliances, 
Inc., South Bend, Ind. Intermittent drive mechanism. 
2,208,831 ; July 23. 

Bassett, Rex E., Jr., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Bendix 
Home Appliances, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Multiple speed 
electric motor. 2,225,144 : Dec. 17. 

Bassett, Eex E., Jr., New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to 
Laundri-Matic Corporation. Washing machine. 

2,225,407 ; Dec. 17. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid meter. 
2,190,006; Feb. 13. 

Bassett, Robert S., assignor to Sylvia Bassett, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Apparatus for separating gas from liquid. 
2,217,655 ; Oct. 15. 

Bassett, Sylvia. (See Bassett, Robert S., assignor.) 

Bassford, Henry H., Jr. (See Messer, W. E., and Bass- 
ford.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Bassler, Carlos J., Alhambra, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Bank of America National Trust and 
Savings Association. System for measuring liquids. 
2,217,855 ; Oct. 15. 

Bast, Gerardus H., and F. H. Stieltjes, The Hague, Neth- 
erlands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, Nev7 York, N. Y. 
Line amplifier for telephony purposes. 2,197,029 ; Apr. 
16. 

Bastable, Edward H., Clifton, assignor to Shoe Chassis, 
Inc., Boston, Mass. Attaching heels to shoes. 
2,186,470: Jan. 9. 

Bastable, Edward H., Clifton, assignor to Shoe Chassis, 
Inc., Boston, Mass. Attaching heels to shoes. 
2,202,941 ; June 4. 

Raster, Forest S., assignor to The White Motor Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Internal combustion engine. 
2,216,801 ; Oct. 8. 

Baster, Forest S., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
White Motor Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Cooling 
means. 2,216,802 ; Oct. 8. 

Baster, Forest S., assignor to The White Motor Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Engine-governor control. 2,227,174 ; 
Dee. 31. 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Boettcher, Paul 
F., assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Co., The. (See Buttner, William C, 
assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See De Stefani, Tully, 
assignor.) 

Bastian Blessing Co., The. (See Evarts, Ralph E., as- 
signor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Holmen, Carl M., 
assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Hooper, Louis G. 
and V. I., assignors.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Hooper, Virgil I. 
and L. G., assignors.) 

Bastian-Blessing Co., The. (See Johnson, Herman K., 
assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Lucas, Lawrence 
N., assignor.) 

Baston, Cyril E., Forest Hills, Pa., and B. A. Binney, 
Ilkley, England, assignors to The English Electric Com- 
pany Limited, London, England. Electric supply sys- 
tem. 2,214,571 ; Sept. 10. 

Bastrup, Kay L. (See Batten, P. H., and Bastrup.) 

Basye, Edwin J., Altadena, Calif. Apparatus for operat- 
ing a well cable. 2,193,668 ; Mar. 12. 

Batchelder, Augustus H., Berkeley, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. As- 
phaltic composition and preparing same. 2,200,484 ; 
May 14. 

Batchelder, Edwin A., Lake Geneva, Wis. Cleaning tool. 
2.207,651 ; July 9. 

Batchelder, Howard E. (See Shoemaker, B. H., and 
Batchelder. ) 

Batchelder, Howard R., and B. H. Shoemaker, Hammond, 
Ind., assignors to Standard Oil (Company, Chicago, 111. 
Refining light hydrocarbon distillates. 2,190,007 ; Feb. 
13. 

Batchelder, Laurence, Cambridge, assignor to Submarine 
Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Electrical compen- 
sator. 2,214,735 ; Sept. 17. 

Batchelder, Nelson A., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Woods Manufacturing Company, Limited, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Loom and vibration control therefor. 
2,187,510; Jan. 16. 

Batchell, George W., W. S. Mayers, and F. G. Schwalbe, 
assignors to The Frangeo Company, Toledo, Ohio. Pres- 
sure nodule apparatus. 2,214,191 ; Sept. 10. 

Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. Table top. 
2,193,018 ; Mar. 12. 

Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, N. Y., assignor to Alle- 
gheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Re- 
fractory panel sheet. 2,195.881 ; Apr. 2. 

Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls, assignor to Allegheny 
Ludlum Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Coloration 
of stainless steel. 2.219,554; Oct. 29. 

Batcheller, Hugh W., Newton, assignor to Standard Mfg. 
Co., Worcester, Mass. Rheostat switch. 2,205,380 ; 
June 25. 
Batchelor, Clyde S. (See Bockius, C, Batch elor, and 
Cook.) 



Batchelor, John C, Hastings on Hudson, N. Y. Television 
reproducer. 2,186,570 ; Jan. 9. 

Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Electro-optical ap- 
paratus. 2,196,691 ; Apr. 9. 

Batclielor, John C, New York, N. Y. Electro-optical 
method and apparatus. 2,203,347 ; June 4. 

Batchelor, John C, Hastings on Hudson, N. Y. Enter- 
tainment receiver. 2,205,461 ; June 25. 

Batcher, Ralph R. (See Cardwell. A. D., and Batcher.) 

Bateman, Alva W., Newburgh, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coat- 
ing device. 2,196,692 ; Apr. 9. 

Bateman, Ernest. (See Sherrard, E. C, Begliuger, Hohf, 
and Bateman.) 

Bateman, Frederic H., Grenlock, N. J. Method of and 
means for planting. 2,222,015 ; Nov. 19. 

Bateman, Joseph L., deceased, Washington, D. C., Kate 
Bateman and Warren E. Miller, executors. Pipe spac- 
ing mold. 2,212,974 ; Aug. 27. 

Bateman, Kate, et al., executors. (See Bateman, Jaseph 
L.) 

Bateman, Raymond S., Lindsay, Calif. Cultivator. 
2,188,029 ; Jan. 23. 

Bateman, Roy D., Virginia Highlands, Va., assignor to 
Automatic Drive and Transmission Company, Ossining, 
N. Y. Semiautomatic clutch. 2,195,354 ; Mar. 26. 

Bateman, William T., administrator. (See Sherrard, E. 
C, Beglinger, Hohf, and Bateman.) 

Bates, Albert H. (See Roberts, Fred T., assignor.) 

Bates, Arthur, Malvern, England, assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borougli of Flemington, N. J. 
Lasting machine. 2,225,029 ; Dec. 17. 

Bates, Beulah H. (See Bates, Walter A., assignor.) 

Bates, Clifford V., Chicago, 111. Electric timing device. 
2,214,654; Sept. 10. 

Bates, Harold O., Cranford, N. J. Strip punching ma- 
chine. 2,202,889 ; June 4. 

Bates, Harold O., Union, N. J. Stamping machine, 
2,213,831 ; Sept. 3. 

Bates, Harry. (See Sweeney, J. L., and Bates.) 

Bates, Harry, and J. L. Sweeney, assignors to Bates 
Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Typewriters. 
2,206,624 ; July 2. 

Bates, Harry H., Ridley Park, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Temperature control means for gear cutting. 

2.221.127 ; Nov. 12. 

Bates, John R., Chicago, 111. Air conditioner. 2,210,354 ; 

Aug. 6. 
Bates, Joseph D., West Springfield, Mass. Mop. 

2,199,147 ; Apr. 30. 
Bates, Joseph D., West Springfield, Mass. Ice pack. 

2,211,636 ; Aug. 13. 
Bates, Joseph D., West Springfield, Mass. Bathing brush. 

2.221.128 ; Nov. 12. 

Bates, Joseph D., Springfield, Mass. Cleaning device. 
2,226,654 ; Dec. 31. 

Bates Laboratories, Inc. (See Bates, H., and Sweeney, 
assignors.) 

Bates Laboratories, Inc. (See Sweeney, J. L., and Bates, 
assignors.) 

Bates, Lawrence G., assignor to Continental Saj; When 
Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid dispensing de- 
vice. 2,214,714 ; Sept. 10. 

Bates Manufacturing Company, The. (See Houwen, Fred- 
erick C, assignor.) 

Bates Manufacturing Company, The. (See Peters, W. A., 
and Stone, assignors.) 

Bates, Mark C, and B. H. Stenberg, Chicago, III. ; said 
Stenberg assignor to said Bates. Annealing furnace. 
2,220,797 ; Nov. 5. 

Bates, Methyl, Natick, assignor to Dennison Manufactur- 
ing Company, Framingham, Mass. Decorative figure. 
2,208,445 ; July 16. 

Bates, Mortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Resetting means for air 
borne gyroscopes. 2,200,976 ; May 14. 

Bates, Mortimer F., assignor to Sperry Gyroscope Com- 
pany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Radio drift course finder. 
2,207,709 ; July 16. 

Bates, Sidney E., Chicago, T. E. Rodman, Glencoe, and 
E. Overmier, La Grange, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Poor & Company, Chicago, 111. Pump actu- 
ating mechanism for rail lubricators. 2,223.714 ; Dec. 3. 

Bates, Sidney Q., assignor of one-half to F. H. Thrailkill, 
Houston, Tex. Feed water heater. 2,185,177 ; Jan. 2. 

Bates, Walter A., assignor to B. H. Bates. Joliet, 111. 
Welding gratings. 2,187,529 ; Jan. 16. 

Batesville Casket Company, The. (See Purkiss, Robert 

B., assignor.) 
Batey, Alan and R. W. Coupland, Montreal, Quebec, 

Cauda. Transit gear for airplanes. 2,186,060; Jan. 9. 
Bath, Cyril J., Cleveland, assignor to The Cleveland 

Crane & Engineering Company, Wickliffe, Ohio. Shears 

and the like. 2,191,826; Feb. 27. 
Bath, Wilmer H., West Conshohocken, assignor to The 

Sharpies Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Centrifugal 

separator. 2,209,554 ; July 30. 
Batho, William F., assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Load discharging car 

construction. 2,222,280 ; Nov. 19. 
Batkin, Gregory, New York, N. Y. Ball-projecting toy. 

2 193 441 * Mar 12 
Batiey, Alan. (See Ayres, D. E. R., Batley, and Knott.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Batsel, Cecil N., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Monitoring system. 2,220,198 ; 

Nov. 5. 
Batsel, Max C, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Method of and apparatus for 

sound recording. 2.210,392 ; Aug. 6. 
Batt, Walter C. (See Ryan, H. S.. and Batt.) 
Battele, Edith H., Philadelphia, Pa. Ironing board or 

table. 2,210,648; Aug. 6. 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Attwood, John G., as- 
signor.) 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Krause, Daniel E., 

assignor.) 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Krause, D. E., and 

Lorig, assignors.) 
Battelle Blemorial Institute. (See Lorig, Clarence H., 

assignor.) 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Lorig, C. H., and 

Kinnear, assignors.) 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Samuels, Martin L., 

assignor.) 
Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Sullivan, J. D., and 

Niconolt, assignors.) 
Batten, Percy H., and D. W. Morris, assignors to Twin 

Disc Clutch Company, Racine, Wis. Clutch. 2,204,337 ; 

June 11. 
Batten, Percy H., and K. L. Bastrup, assignors to Twin 

Disc Clutch Company, Racine, Wis. Clutch. 2,204,879 ; 

June 18. 
Battenberg, Melvin H., Van H., Chicago, 111. Balance. 

2,191,635; Feb. 27. 
Battenfeld Grease and Oil Corporation. (See Yagle, 

Leonard W., assignor.) 
Battermann, Ludwig A., Sayville, N. Y., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Calibrating device. 

2,194,414; Mar. 19. 
Battin, Harold T. (See Smallwood, H. M., and Battin.) 
Battin, Harold T., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to United States Rubber Company, New 

York, N. Y. Continuous vulcanizing apparatus. 

2,200,735 ; May 14. 
Battin, Harold T., Ridgewood, N. J„ and W. F. Silva, 

assignors to United States Rubber Company, New Yorlj, 

N. Y. Apparatus for treating textile fibers. 2,196,621 ; 

Apr. 9. 
Battis, Alden B., Dedham, assignor to Henrici Laundry 

Macliinery Company, Boston, Mass. Locli for laundry 

washer doors. 2,222,495 ; Nov. 19. 
Battistone, Hugo. (See Jacobsen, D. J., and Battistone, 

assignors.) 
Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company. (See 

Kuban, Kurt W., assignor.) 
Battle Creek Equipment Company. (See Goodrich, Norris 

E., assignor.) 
Battles, Guy W. (See Harm, Richard S., assignor.) 
Batts, Walter H., Grand Rapids, Mich. Coat and 

trousers hanger. 2,220,313 ; Nov. 5. 
Batv. J. Russ. Houston, Tex. Holder. 2.207,369 ; July 9. 
Baudette, William L., Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Columbia Equipment Company. 

Compressor valve. 2,196.287 ; Apr. 9. 
Baudou, Maurice, et al. (See Brunswick, Jules, assignor.) 
Baudou, Rene, et al. (See Brunswick, Jules, assignor.) 
Baudry, Ren^ A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Ventilation of totally enclosed dynamo-electric ma- 
chines. 2,186,232: Jan. 9. 
Baudry, Ren6 A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Explosion-resisting motor. 2,196,408 ; Apr. 9. 
Baudry, Reije A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Oil-lubricated guide bearing. 2,210,700; Aug. 6. 
Baudry, RenS A., assignor to Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Water- 
cooled stator for dynamoelectric machines. 2,217,430 ; 

Oct. 8. 
Baudry, Ren6 A., assignor to Westinghouse Electric & 

Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Totally 

enclosed dvnamoplectric machine. 2,217,431 ; Oct. 8. 
Baudry, Ren'g A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 

Electric & INIanufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 

Pa. Turbogenerator rotor. 2,221,567 ; Nov. 12. 
Bauer, Albert W., Evanston, 111. Printing plate. 

2.193.800; Mar. 19. 
Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Markley, Jonathan, 

Bauer, Caii, assignor to Missouri Rolling Mill Corporation, 
St Louis, Mo. Fence structure. 2,195.072: Mar. 2fi. 

Bauer, Carl H., Chicago, 111. Formation of expansion 
joints. 2,210,355 ; Aug. 6. 

Bauer, Carl H., Evanston, 111. Form for use in the forma- 
tion of expansion joints. 2,210,356 ; Aug. 6. 

Bauer, Carl, assignor to Missouri Rollincr Mill Corporation, 
St. Louis. Mo. Steel tower. 2.186,190 ; Jan. 9. 

Bauer, Edward G., Hoopeston, 111., assignor to Food Ma- 
chinery Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Filling machine. 
2,206.935 ; July 9. 

Bauer, Edward L. (See Phillips, H. P., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Edward L., assignor to Hastings Manufacturing 
ConiDanv, Hastings, Mich. Piston skirt expander. 
2.218.737 : Oct. 22. 

Bauer, Fredrick C, Seville, Ohio. Patty forming ma- 
chine. 2,203,518 ; June 4. 



Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Amylaceous composition. 
2,215,846; Sept. 24. 

Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Composition prepared from dex- 
trins. 2,215,847 ; Sept. 24. 

Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preparation of pregummed 
hanging paper. 2,215,848 ; Sept. 24. 

Bauer, Hans F.^ assignor to Stein, tiall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Amylaceous remoistening ad- 
hesive. 2,215,849 ; Sept. 24. 

Bauer, Hans F., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preparation of pregelatinized 
starches. 2,216,179 ; Oct. 1. 

Bauer, Hans F., Chicago, J. V. Bauer, Elmwood Park, and 
D. M. Hawley, Geneva, assignors to Stein, Hall Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Gummed tape manu- 
facture. 2,188,329 ; Jan. 30. 

Bauer, Hans F., Chicago, and B. W. Thayer, Evanston, 
assignors to Stein, Hall Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Preparation of bakery materials. 2,197,784 : 
Apr. 23. 

Bauer, Hans F., Chicago, J. V. Bauer, Elmwood Park, 
and D. M. Hawley, Geneva, assignors to Stein, Hall 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Remoistening 
adhesive. 2,220,987 ; Nov. 12. 

Bauer, Hans F., Chicago, J. V. Bauer, Elmwood Park, 
and D. M. Hawley, Geneva, assignors to Stein, Hall 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Adhesive of 
the remoistening type. 2,220,988 ; Nov. 12. 

Bauer, Herman D. (See Bayless, H. S., Bauer, and 
Fischer.) 

Bauer, John, Sunnyside, and M. Grau, New York, N. Y. 
Coin chute. 2,210,875 ; Aug. 13. 

Bauer, Jordan V. (See Bauer, Hans F. and J. V., and 
Hawley. ) 

Bauer, Jordan V., Chicago, and D. M. Hawley, Geneva, 
assignors to Stein, Hall Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Combining cloth and paper. 2,197,754 : 
Apr. 23. 

Bauer, Jordan V., Chicago, and D. M. Hawley, Geneva, 
assignors to Stein, Hall Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111, Water resistant amylaceous compositions. 
2,212,314 ; Aug. 20. 

Bauer, Karl, and H. Andersag, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, Ger- 
many, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Preparing beta-indolyl acetic acida. 
2,222,344 ; Nov. 19. 

Bauer, Leo, et al. (See Piischner, Julius and J., as- 
signors.) 

Bauer, Michael F., Chicago, 111., assignor to American 
Utensil Company. Food dicing apparatus. 2,223,542 : 
•Dec. 3. 

Bauer, Otto. (See Schwarz, C, and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Rudolf, Berlin- Siemensstadt, assignor to Siemens 
& Halske, Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt, near Ber- 
lin, Germany. Inductive regulator for coarse and fine 
regulation. 2,201,642 ; May 21. 

Bauer & Schaurte. (See Brendel, H., and Buchholz, as- 
signors.) 

Bauer & Schaurte. 
signers.) 

Bauer & Schaurte. (See Harder, K. M., and Ehrler, as- 
signors.) 

Bauer & Schaurte. 

Bauer & Schaurte. 
signers.) 

Bauer, Stewart T. (See Ralston, A. W., Vander Wal, and 
Bauer.) 

Bauer, Walter. (See Rohm, O., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Walter, Darmstadt, and E. TrommsdorfC, Jugen- 
heim-on-the-Bergstrasse, Germany, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Accelerating 
polymerization. 2,209,246 ; July 23. 

Bauer, Walter, Darmstadt, and F. Esser, Gundernhausen, 
Germany, assignors to ROhm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Interpolymer of acrylic nitrile, methyl 
methacrylate, and methacrylic amide. 2,220,033 ; Oct. 
29. 

Bauer, William, Baldwin, N. Y. Combination clothes line 
and clothes pin. 2,213,376 ; Sept. 3. 

Bauerle, Richard, Pittsburgh, Pa. Brush holder. 
2,224,467 ; Dec. 10. 

Bauerschmidt, Kuno, Karlshorst, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,216,583 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Baugh, Robert T., Jr. (See Baugh, Robert T., assignor.) 

Baugh, Robert T., assignor to R. T. Baugh, Jr., Hunts- 
ville, Ala. Coal cutter. 2,193.387 ; Mar. 12. 

Baughman, George W. (See Gilson, R. M., and Baugh- 
man.) 

Baughman, George W. (See Thompson, H. A., and 
Baughman.) 

Baughman, George W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote 
control apparatus. 2,208,446 ; July 16. 

Baughman, (Seorge W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Remote 
control system. 2,224,374 ; Dec. 10. 

Baughman, Ray G., Linton, Ind. Drier. 2,187,799 ; Jan, 
23. 

Baughman, Samuel E, (See Custenborder, John M., as- 
signor.) 



(See Ehrler, T., and Harder, as- 



(See Kruse, Michael, assignor.) 
(See Pampel, A., and Harder, as- 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Baugbn, Earl E. (See Wilson, L. E., and Baughn.) 
Baugn^e, Justin, Niederkoin, assignor to the firm Hants 
Fourneaux & Acieries de DifEerdange-St.-Ingbert-Rum- 
elange Soci§t6 Anonyme, Luxemburg, Luxemburg. Pro- 
ducing iron girders and very large T-section iron. 
2.201,071 ; May 14. 
Baule, Gerhard H. J. (See Cooper, J., and Baule.) 

Baule, Werner G., Detroit, Mich., iissiirnor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation. Roll ironer. 2,223,593 ; Dec. 3. 

Baum, Donald H. (See Williams, H. W., and Baum.) 
Baum, Ewald G., Natick, Mass., assignor to American 
Seal-Kap Corporation of Delaware, Wilmington, Del. 
Apparatus for capping bottles. 2,190,509 ; Feb. 13. 
Baum, Lester A. H. (See Clarvoe, G. W., and Baum.) 

Bauman, Joseph. (See Williams, J. J., and Baumau.) 

Bauman, Merle W., Seattle, Wash. Oil cup. 2,185,622 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Bauman, Oscar G., St. Louis, Mo. Tool and tackle box. 
2,203,008 ; June 4. 

Bauman, Thomas S., Lancaster, assignor to Classic Glass, 
Inc., Columbus, Ohio. Apparatus for applying decora- 
tive color effects to glass and ceramic ware. 2,206,686 ; 
July 2. 

Baumann, Emil. (See Rodenbacker, W., and Baumann.) 

Baumann, Fritz, and H. W. Schwechten, Leverkusen- 
I. G. Werk, Germany, assignors to General Aniline 
Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Vat dyestuff of the 
quinazoline series. 2,187,812 ; Jan. 23. 

Baumann, Fritz, and H. W. Schwechten, Leverkusen-I. G. 
Werk, Germany, assignors to General Aniline Works, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Vat dyestuff of the phthaloyl 
quinazoline series. 2,187,813 ; Jan. 23. 

Baumann, Fritz, and H.-W. Schwechten, Leverkusen-I. G. 
Werk, Germany, assignors to General Aniline Works, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Condensation products of the 
anthraquinone series. 2,188,103 ; Jan. 23. 

Baumann, Fritz, and H. W. Schwechten, Leverkusen-I. G. 
Werk, Germany, assignors to General Aniline Works, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Condensation products of the 
anthraquinone series. 2,188,104 ; Jan. 23. 

Baumann, Fritz, and H.-W. Schwechten, Leverkusen, and 
A. Krause and R. Zell, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, Ger- 
many, assignors to General Aniline & Film Corporation. 
Aminoanthraquinones. 2,199,813 ; May. 7. 

Baumann, H. F., Mech. Kratzenfabrik G. m. b. H. (See 
Lutz, August G., assignor.) 

Baumann, Hellmut, Hamburg, Germany, assignor to 
Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. Acceleration responsive 
device. 2,193,707 ; Mar. 12. 

Baumann, Paul. (See Heer, L., and Baumann.) 

Baumann, Paul. (See Meyer-Delius, H., Heer, and Bau- 
mann.) 

Baumann, Paul, Leuna, and H. Schilling, Ludwigshafen- 
on-the-RUine, Germany, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jasco, Incorporated. Recovery of acetylene- 
containing gases free from carbon black and hydro- 
cyanic acid. 2,213,267 ; Sept. 3. 

Baumann, Paul, l^euna, L. Heer, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, and K. Krapp and W. Nowag, Mannheim, Ger- 
many, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Jasco, In- 
corporated. Initiation of electric arcs fed by controlled 
rectifiers for carrying out chemical reactions. 
2,215,867; Sept. 24. 

Baumann, Werner, Paris, France. Screw propeller. 
2.193,616 ; Mar. 12. 

Eaumbach, Emil A., Chicago, 111. Selg-aligning leader pin 
oiler. 2,225,145 : Dec. 17. 

Baumeister, Wilhelm. (See Flemming, W., and Bau- 
meister.) 

Baumgard, Phillip L. (See Britten, J. F., King, and 
Baumgard.) 

Baumgardner, Craven A., Huntington, W. Va., assignor 
to Mergenthaler Linotype Company. Automatic brake 
for the main shaft of a typographical machine. 
2,214,873 ; Sept. 17. 

Baumgardner, Harry J., Kiefer, Okla. Eccentric power 
yoke. 2,206,526 ; July 2. 

Banmgardt, Wilhelm. (See Halbrock, F., and Baum- 
gardt. ) 

Baumgartner, August. (See Wieking, W. C, and Baum- 
gartner.) 

Baumont, William M., Summit, N. J., assicnor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N Y 
Telephone system. 2,185,287 ; Jan. 2. 

Baumstark, Jlagda, Chicago, 111. Ornament and making 
the same. 2,211,487 ; Aug. 13. 

Baumzweiger, Benjamin, Chicago, 111., assignor to S. N. 
Shure, doing business as Shure Brothers. Microphone 
apparatus. 2,198,424 ; Apr. 23. 

Baur, Jordan V., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Composition adapted for use as 
an adhesive. 2,212.557 : Aug. 27. 

P.aur, Paul. (See Hauc. F., and Bauer.) 

B.Tusch, Carl L., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Spectacle case. 2,203,402 ; 
June 4. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, Carl L., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bouchard, 
Samuel E., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Burroughs, Ken- 
neth C, assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Cook, Alan A., 
assignor.) 



(See Diggins, Barthol- 

(See Diggins, B. A., 

(See Diggins, B. A., 

(See Dittmer, Arthur 

(See EUestad, Ger- 

(See Forrest, J. W., 

(See Foster, John S., 

(See Gallasch, George 

(See Gallasch, G. B., 

(See Jobe, Frederick 

(See Kimball, Donald 

(See Kurtz, Henry F., 

(See Kurtz, H. F., and 

(See Markell, Stanley, 

(See Perkins, W. T., 

(See Scott, JVI. K., and 

(See Eden, James A., 



Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 

omew A., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

and Gallasch, assignors.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

and Trautmann, assignors.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

F., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

hard A., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

and Straat, assignors.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

B., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

Kurtz, and Wittig, assignors.) 
Dauscli & Lomb Optical Company. 

\\'., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

E., assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

Wolfe, assignors.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

assignor.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

and Trautmann, assignors.^ 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. 

Sterling, assignors.) 
Baush Machine Tool Company 

assignor.) 

Bausman, A. Linton. (See Leshure, Wlllard P., as- 
signor.) 
Bausman, Alonza L., assignor to National Equipment 

Company, Springfield, Mass. Filter press. 2.216,484 ; 

Oct. 1. 
Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 

Company. Springfield, Mass. Apparatus for automati- 
cally molding confectionery. 2,226,890 ; Dec. 31. 
Bautz, Daniel, Milwaukee, Wis. Condensation collector 

for toilet flush tanks. 2,211.220; Aug. 13. 
Bave, Edwin B., Plainfield, N. J. Lighting system for 

automobiles. 2,214,447 ; Sept. 10. 
Bawden, Richard, Plough Works, South Molton, assignor 

to Roadless Traction Limited, Hounslow, Middlesex, 

England. Tractor lug. 2,222,558 : Nov. 19. 
Baxendale. Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Collet. 2,214,241 ; 

Sept. 1(). 
Baxendale, Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Stock feeding means 

for automatic machine tools. 2,210,872 ; Oct. 8. 
Baxter, Ernest W., Van Wert, Ohio. Hydraulic valve 

lifter. 2,187,008 ; Jan. 16. 
Baxter, James G. (See Hickman, K. C. D., and Baxter.) 
Baxter, James G., and R. L. Edwards, assignors, by mesne 

assignments, to Distillation Products, Inc., Rochester, 

N. Y. Purification of esters. 2,197,546 ; Apr. 16. 
Baxter, John B., assignor to The Covert Manufacturing 

Company, Troy, N. Y. Snap hook. 2,187,441 ; Jan. 16. 
Baxter, John P., Widnes, Lancaster, and L. T. Dod, Crosby, 

Liverpool, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 

Industries, Limited. Chlorinated rubber product. 

2,191,748; Feb. 27. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr., Franklin, assignor tq^ The Black 

Clawson Company, Hamilton, Ohio. 

2,208,316 ; July 16. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr., Franklin, assignor 

Clawson Company, Hamilton, Ohio. 

paratus. 2,222,760; Nov. 26. 
Baxter, Joseph M., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Parnsworth Television & Radio Cor- 
poration, Dover, Del. Control for volume and tuning 

of a radio set. 2,189,558 ; Feb. 6. 
Baxter Laboratories, Inc. (See Nesset, Naurice M., as- 
signor. ) 
Baxter, Mabel E., Belvidere, 111. Hat support. 2,195,102 ; 

Mar. 26. 
Baxter, William C, Newtown, Mass. Food product and 

making same. 2,200,977 ; May 14. 
Baxter, William C. assignor to Trimble Nursery land 

Furniture, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Dressing table for 

infant's bath stand. 2,197,992 ; Apr. 23. 
Baxter, William C, assignor to Trimble Nurseryland Fur- 
niture, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Infant's folding toilet 

seat. 2,203,076 ; June 4. 
Baxter, William L., Marblehead, assignor to The Sweeper- 
Vac Company, Worcester, Mass. Food molding ma- 
chine. 2,187,511 ; Jan. 16. 
Baxter, William L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 

N. J. Last .lack. 2,193,187 ; Mar. 12. 
Baxter, William L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 

Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 

N. J. Last. 2,219,465 ; Oct. 29. 
Bay, Charles A., Morristown, N. J., assignor to Metro- 

politon Device Corporation. Solderless connector. 

2,193,442 ; Mar. 12. 
Bav, Thomas J., U. S. Navy. Condenser tube protector. 

2 195 403 ' Apr. 2. 
Bay, Thoma's J.,' United States Navy. Condenser tube 

protector. 2,225,615 ; Dec. 24. 
Bayder, George. (See Cale, Lambert R., assignor.) 
Bayer, Otto. (See Doser, A., Bayer, and Hintzmann.) 



Breaker roll. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bayer, Otto. (See Kleiner, H., Delfs, and Bayer.) 
Bayer, Otto. (See Nadler, F., Hoyer, and Bayer.) 
Bayer, Otto. (See Petersen, S.. Bayer, and Taube.) 
Bayer, Otto. (See Schepss, W., and Bayer.) 
Bayer, Otto. (See Schrader, G., and Bayer.) 
Bayerische Flugzeugwerke A. G. (See Bueselmeler, 

Kudolf, assignor.) 
Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellscbaft. (See 

Schleicher, Rudolf, assignor.) 
Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See 

Schwager, Otto, assignor.) 
Bayerl, Alfons, Wolfen, Bitterfeld, assignor to I. G. 
Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfortron-the- 
Main, Germany. Disintegration of vegetable fibrous 
materials. 2,186,893 ; Jan. 9. 
Eayha, Ernst, Berlin-Haselhorst, Germany, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Blanufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit breaker control. 2,225,763 ; 
Dec. 24. 
Bayless, Frank B. (See Hirsch, W. F., and Bayless.) 
Bayless, Harold S., H. D. Bauer, and H. D. Fischer, Chi- 
cago, 111. Short wave therapy unit. 2,198,073 ; Apr. 
23 
Bayless, Ralph L., San Diego, Calif. Rotating loop an- 
tenna. 2,206,870 ; July 9. 
Bayley, Willard M., and B. E. Hayes, Battle Creek, Mich. ; 
said Hayes assignor to said Bayley. Universal sawing 
and miter cutting machine. 2,207,370 : July 9. 
Bavley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. Window. 2,202,685 ; 

May 28. 
Bayley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. Window. 

2,208,718 ; July 23. 
Baylis, John R., assignor to City of Chicago, Chicago, 
111. Composition of matter for water treatment. 
2,217,466 ; Oct. 8. 
Baylis, Robert N., Caldwell, assignor to Smokador Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Bloomfield, N. J. Ash tray. 
2.209,105 ; July 23. 
Bavmiller, John W., Chicopee, Mass., assignor to A. G. 
Spalding & Bros. Inc. Treatment of wood. 2,203,589 ; 
June 4. 
Bayne, Richard A., Detroit, Mich. Ice block forming and 

dispensing device. 2,185,241 ; Jan. 2. 
Baynes, Richard P., et al. (See Workman, James, as- 
signor.) 
Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Recovery of liquid hydrocarbons 
from distillate wells. 2,212,143 ; Aug. 20. 
Bay State Abrasive Products Company. (See Buckner, 

O. S., and Wilson, assignors.) 
Bay_ State Optical Company. (See Person, Axel, as- 
signor. ) 
Bay State Thread Works. (See Deane, Leon C, assignor.) 
Bay West Paper Company. (See Krueger, A. G., Vaughan, 

Slye, and Engel, assignors.) 
Bay West Paper Company. (See Vaughan, F. P., 

Krueger, and Slye, assignors.) 
Bazarek, Waldo J., Belvidere, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to A. F. Wintercorn, and one-half to W. N. Belk, 
Rockford, 111. Combination tire changer and wheel 
balancer and tool therefor. 2,201,982 ; May 28. 
Bazeley, Arthur J., deceased, by R. M. Bazeley, executrix, 
Shaker Heights, assignor to National Malleable and 
Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Uncoupling 
mechanism. 2,217,722 ; Oct. 15. 
Bazeley, Ruth M., executrix. (See Bazeley, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 
Bazzoni, Charles B., Wallingford, and J. Eazek, Llanerch, 
assignors to Sperry-Sun Well Surveying Company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Electrical prospecting method and ap- 
paratus. 2,222,136 ; Nov. 19. 
Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Device for operating on shoes. 2,188,972 ; Feb. 6. 
Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Pyroxylin wafer for attaching heels and heel- 
Breast flaps. 2,203,769 ; June 11. 
Beach, Almeron A., Hobart, N. Y. Paste applying ap- 
paratus. 2,191,225 ; Feb. 20. 
Beach, Edward J., Brooklyn, assignor to Beach-Russ 
Company, New York, N. Y. Vacuum pump. 2,200,198 ; 
May 7. 
Beach, Edward J., Brooklyn, assignor to Beach-Russ 
Company, New York, N. Y. Oil and water separator. 
2,205.336 ; June 18. 
Beach, Fitch H. (See Beach, Fred S. and F. H.) 
Beach, Fred S. and F. H., Charlotte, Mich. Knoclvdown 

post construction. 2.206,625 ; July 2. 
Beach, Fred S. and F. H., Charlotte, Mich. Road sander. 

2,209,555 ; July 30. 
Beach, George W., Minneapolis, Minn. Method of and 
apparatus for dry concentration. 2,186,599 ; Jan. 9. 
Beach, John B., Washington, D. C. Dental floss holder. 

2,187,442; Jan. 16. 
Beach, Ralph M. (See Dombrown, B. A., and Beach.) 
Beach, Ralph H., Ann Arbor, Mich. Electrical switching 

means. 2,202,440 ; May 28. 
Beach-Russ Company. (See Beach, Edward J., assignor.) 
Beacham, Clarence C. (See West, T. S., and Beacham.) 
Beachler, Edward D. (See Gildersleeve, W. E., and 

Beachler. ) 
Beacon Meters, Inc. (See Fiuch, P. R., and Herb, as- 
signors.) 



Beacon Meters, Inc. (See Finch, P. R., and Johnson, as- 
signors.) 
Beadle, John J., assignor of one-half to P. Coates, Corydon, 

Iowa. Roadway smoother. 2,192,254 ; Mar. 5. 
Beal, (Ilarl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American 
Anode Inc., Akron, Ohio. System for storing latex. 
2,210,160; Aug. 6. 
Beal, Carl L., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to American 
Anode Inc., Akron, Ohio. Throat bag. 2,225,764; 
Dec. 24. 
Beal, Francis R., Port William, Ohio. Vacuum-insulated 

truck body. 2,222,063 ; Nov. 19. 
Beal, George D. (See Barrett, E. P., and Beal.) 
Beal, George D. (See Rice, R. V., and Beal.) 
Beal, George D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Continen- 
tal Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Preparing 
petroleum waxes for coating containers. 2,221,341 ; 
Nov. 12. 
Beal, Maurice G., Portland, Oreg. Creel accessory. 

2,223,087 ; Nov. 26. 
Beale, Charles E., Liverpool, England, assignor to Asso- 
ciated Telephone & Telegraph Company, Chicago, 111. 
Electrical signaling system. 2,194,063 ; Mar. 19. 
Beale, Charles E., Liverpool, England, assignor to Asso- 
ciated Telephone & Telegraph Company, Chicago, 111. 
Telephone system. 2,218,571 ; Oct. 22. 
Beale, Charles E., and I. T. Richards, Liverpool, England, 
assignors to Associated Telephone & Telegraph Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Telephone system. 2,186,317 ; 
Jan. 9. 
Beale, Charles E., Childwall, Liverpool, I. T. Richards, 
Wavertree, Liverpool, and O. A. Pearce, Barnston, Eng- 
land, assignors to Associated Telephone & Telegraph 
Company, Chicago, 111. Telephone system. 2,207,530 ; 
July 9. 
Beale. Charles E., and I. T. Richards, Liverpool, England, 
assignors to Associated Telephone & Telegraph Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Automatic switch for use in tele- 
phone or like systems. 2,210.876 : Aug. 13. 
Beale, Evelyn S. L., Chelsea, London, England. Appa- 
ratus for measuring viscosity. 2,2()9,755 ; July 30. 
Beale, Evelyn S. L., Chelsea, London, England, assignor 
to International Standard Electric Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Tuned electric circuits. 2,186,571 ; Jan. 9. 
Beall, Herbert W., Sumter, S. C. Printing machine. 

2,225,529 ; Dec. 17. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Immersion 
type thermostat. 2,185,623 ; Jan. 2. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Heater. 
2,190,349 ; Feb. 13. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Control for 
fuel burning apparatus. 2,192,629 ; Mar. 5. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gas control 
for boilers and the like. 2,192,630; Mar. 5. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic 
fuel ignition. 2,192,631 ; Mar. 5. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Burner con- 
trol system. 2,192,632 ; Mar. 5. 
Beam, Vilynn O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Surface 
thermostat. 2,192,633 ; Mar. 5. 
Beaman, George B., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Gay- 
lord (Jontainer Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Container. 
2,214,220 ; Sept. 10. 
Beaman, George B., Jersey City, N. J., and B. M. Wil- 
liams, assignors to Gaylord Container Corporation, St. 
Louis, Mo. Container. 2,220,388 ; Nov. 5. 
Beaman & Langford, trustee. (See Carmichael, T. Frazer, 

assignor.) 
Beaman, Townsend F. (See Snell, Samuel A., assignor.) 
Beament, Thomas G., Orillia, Ontario, Canada. Com- 
posite weaf-resisting body. 2,210,357 ; Aug. 6. 
Beamer, Charles W., Mojave, Calif. Plow or colter disk. 

2,187,443; Jan. 16. 
Beamer, Clayton M. (See Cohen, C. A., and Beamer.) 
Beames, Walden C, River Edge, N. J., assignor to Devoe 
& Raynolds Co., Inc. Brush construction. 2,190,181 ; 
Feb. 13. 
Beames, Walden C, River Edge, N. J., assignor to Devoe 
& Ravnolds Co., Inc. Brush construction. 2,190,182 ; 
Feb. 13. 
Bean, Arthur W. (See Lowe, V. J., and Bean.) 
Bean, Barton A., Jr. (See Whedon, LeGrand S., as- 
signor.) 
Bean, Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Treatment of motor fuels. 2,201,553 ; 
May 21. 
Bean, Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Treatment of motor fuels with aro- 
matic esters. 2,211,313 ; Aug. IS. 
Bean, James J., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Agitating, 
aerating, and/or mixing machine. 2,191,739 ; Feb. 27 
Bean, Morris, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Casting metal, mold 
therefor, and method of making same. 2,220,703 ; 
Nov. 5. 
Bean Music Company. (See Rebsamen, William F., as- 
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Beau, Robert. (See Lynch, Vernon C, assignor.) 
Bean. Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Food-working device. 2,192,843 ; 
Mar. 5. 
Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Coupling. 2,192,844; Mar. 5. 
Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Power unit. 2,192,845 ; Mar. 5. 
Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Hinge structure. 2,202,724 ; May 
28. 
Bean, Robert P., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Juice extractor. 2,215,994 ; Sept. 
24. 
Bean, Rufus J., Clipper Mills, Calif. Detachable pipe 

coupling. 2,196,622 ; Apr. 9. 
Bear, .Joseph B. (See IPeyton, W. T., and Bear.) 
Bear Manufacturing Co. (See Wochner, Henry, assignor.) 
Bear, Paul S., assignor to Bucklen-Bear Laboratories, 
Inc., Elkhart, lud. Periodic switch. 2,202,725 : May 
28. 
Bear, Paul S., assignor to Bucklen-Bear Laboratories, 

Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Switch. 2,207,710; July 16. 
Beard, James A., Jr. (See Dick, B., and Beard.) 
Beard. Joseph W., Durham, N. C. Equine encephalomy- 
elitis vaccine. 2.204,064 ; June 11. 
Beard, Theodore H., and J. E. Renholdt, Bridgeport, 
Conn., assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Dictating machine switch. 2,196,720 ; Apr. 9. 
Beardslee, Harland F. (See Terry, Joseph T., assignor.) 
Beardsley, Ailing P. (See Laury, N. A., and Beardsh'y.) 
Bearrisley, Ailing P., Plainfield, and R. H. Park, Short 
Hills, N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Absorption 
system for nitric acid. 2,206,495 ; July 2. 
Beardsley, Charles S., assignor to Miles Laboratories, Inc., 
Elkhart, Ind. Medicament spraying means. 2,195,554 ; 
Apr. 2. 
Boardsley, Dilward T., assignor of one-half to E. W. 
Couchman. Wichita, Kans. Boring device. 2,205,237 ; 
June 18. 
Beardsley, Elmer O. (See Clay, M. G., and Beardsley.) 
Beardsley. Emery S., Glendale, Calif. Container closure. 

2,191,447; Feb. 27. 
Beardsley, Guy E., Jr. (See Parkins, W. A., and Beards- 
ley.) 
Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, and J. S. Has- 
brouck, Manchester, assignors to United Aircraft Cor- 
poration, East Hartford, Conn. Density responsive de- 
vice. 2,185,578 ; Jan. 2. 
Beardsley, Harold H., Denver, Colo. Contra-angle dental 

handpiece. 2,195,555 ; Apr. 2. 
Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Clay, M. G., and 

Beardsley, assignors.) 
Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Hund, Ernest A., 

assignor.) 
Beardsley & Piper Company. The. (See Naylor, Walter E., 

assignor.) 
Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Piper, Walter F., 

assignor.) 
Beardsley, Robert O., and R. R. Finn, assignors to Jones 

Braun.) 
Beary, George. (See Crary, Clarence J., assignor.) 
Beasley, French and Company Limited. (See French, 

Gordon W., assignor.) 
Beasley, Mercer, New York, N. Y. Removable weight and 

balance adjustments. 2,215,899 : Sept. 24. 
Beasley, Walter J., Kew, and J. W. Summers, Bentleigh, 
Victoria, Australia : said Summers assignor to said 
Beasley. Box and the like. 2,221,504 ; Nov. 12. 
& Lamson Machine Company, Springfield, Vt. Com- 
parator. 2,222.165 ; Nov. 19. 
Beason, Edward E., Kansas City, assignor to J. H. Peters, 
Independence, Mo. Door construction. 2,203,856 ; 
June 11. 
Beaton & Cadwell Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Work, Ernest W., assignor.) 
Beatrice Creamery Company. (See Murray, Kenneth L., 

assignor.) 
Beatrice Creamery Company. (See Parker, M. E., and 

Brengman, assignors.) 
Eeatson, William, Long Branch, N. J. Frying pan. 

2,204,467 ; June 11. 
Beattie. Caldwell A., G. L. Glassford, and W. F. Dick, 
Pontiac, Mich., assignors to A. B. Dick Company. Direct 
methods of making negatives for use in graphic arts. 
2,195,556 ; Apr. 2. 
Beattie, Horace S. (See Fuller, F. L., and Beattie.) 
Beattie. John P., Oak Park, assignor to Electric House- 
hold Utilities Corporation, Chicago, 111. Drive mecha- 
nism. 2,186,797 : Jan. 9. 
Beattie, William C, assignor to N. O. Hipel, Limited, 
Preston, Ontario, Canada. Wooden truss for roofs. 
2,187,009 ; Jan. 16. 
Beatty, David E. (See Uecker, R. A., Beatty, and Graser.) 
Beatty, David E. (See Decker, R. A., Rambo, and Beatty.) 
Beatty, Robert J., assignor to The Federal Glass Corn- 
pan v, Columbus, Ohio. Method and apparatus for pro- 
ducing glassware. 2,225,948 ; Dec. 24. 
Beaty, Don M., Vandalia, HI., assignor to Johnson, 
Stephens and Shinkle Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Trimmer guard. 2,209,503 ; July 30. 
Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111. Metallic placard 
holding means for railway freight cars. 2,210,649 ; 
Aug. 6. 



Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Roller blank and making rollers therefrom. 2,203,125 ; 
June 4. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Car door. 2,215,315 ; Sept. 17. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Car door. 2,225,679 ; Dec. 24. 

Beaudry, Pierre, Mont-Rolland, Terrebonne, Quebec, Can- 
ada. Rig for sailboats. 2,197,654 ; Apr. 16. 

Beaumont Birch Company. (See Hale, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont Birch Company. (See Hampton, John H., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont, Oliver H. (See Lykos, J., and Beaumont.) 

Beaunit Mills, Inc. (See Frank, Frederick C, assignor.) 

Beauvais, John B., Holyoke, Mass. Water heater. 
2,225,606 ; Dec. 24. 

Beaven, William J., Austin, Tex. Rotary bit. 2,226,655 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Beaver, Charles J., Bowdon, and E. L. Davey, Timperley, 
assignors to W. T. Glover & Company Limited, Man- 
chester, Lancashire, England. Electric cable. 2,208,832 ; 
July 23. 

Beaver, David J., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Vulcanizing rubber. 
2,199,979 ; May 7. 

Beaver, David J., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. LK)uis, Mo. Thiazoles. 
2,226,799 ; Dec. 31. 

Beaver, Hartsell W., Statesville, N. C. Lawn mower 
sharpener. 2,204,293 ; June 11. 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc. (See Pealer, Robert B., as- 
signor.) 

Bebie, Edwin W., Hawthorne, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Paper Company. Core plug. 2,196,378 ; Apr. 9. 

Bebin, Paul. (See Souviron, P. F. J., Bigourdan, and 
Bebin.) 

Beccard, Eniil B., St. Louis, JIo. Color plate and print- 
ing form registering machine. 2,223.505 ; Dec. 3. 

Beccio, Giusepije, assignor to the firm Ing. C. Olivetti & 
C. S. A., Ivrea, Italy. Automatic responding arrange- 
ment for use in telegraphic printers. 2,214,631 ; Sept. 
10. 

Beccio, Guiseppe, assignor to Firm Ing. C. Olivetti & 
C. S. A., Ivrea, Italy. Paper-supporting roll in type- 
writing or telegraph machines writing on paper strips. 
2,221,858 ; Nov. 19. 

Bechberger, Paul F., Englewood, N. J., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Earth inductor 
compass. 2,206,018 ; July 2. 

Becher, Wesley R., Wethersfleld, assignor to The Silex 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Strainer and making the 
same. 2,188,493 ; Jan. 30. 

Becherer, Fritz, Riehen, near Basel, assignor to the firm 
J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, Switzerland. Water-soluble 
condensation product and its manufacture. 2,199,776 ; 
May 7. 

Becherer, Fritz, Riehen, near Basel, assignor to the firm 
of J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, Switzerland. Assistants 
for the textile and related industries and their manu- 
facture. 2,212,224; Aug. 20. 

Bechman, William O. (See Baker, D. B., Bechman, Hart- 
sough, and Overholt.) 

Bechman, William O. (See Baker, D. B., Rogers, and 
Bechman.) 

Bechman, William O. (See Rogers, C. R., and Bechman.) 

Bechman, William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Drawbar construction. 
2,187,411 ; Jan. 16. 

Bechman, William O., and R. A. Holmberg, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to International Harvester Company. Wheel. 
2,200,766 ; Blay 14. 

Becht, Howell M., assignor of one-half to A. W. Lick, 
Harrisburg, Pa. Antiskid appliance. 2,204,921 ; June 
18. 

Bechtel, Milton W., Warren, Ohio. Folding film editing 
apparatus. 2,218,256 ; Oct. 15. 

Bcchtel, Wesley, Hollywood, Calif. Cigarette package. 
2,226,046 ; Dec. 24. 

Bechtner, Paul and W. B. Hirschmann, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to American Colloid Co., Chicago, 
111. Clay and mixing it with water. 2,186,661 -Jan. 9. 

Bechtold, Ira C, Colton, assignor to California Portland 
Cement Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacture of 
Portland cement. 2,203,809; June 11. 

Bechtold, Ira C, Colton, assignor to California Portland 
Cement Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Pelletized Port- 
land cement. 2,221,175 ; Nov. 12. 

Bechtold, Ira C, Colton, assignor to California Portland 
Cement Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Portland cement 
and its manufacture. 2,225,146 ; Dec. 17. 

Bechtold, Ira C, Colton, assignor to California Portland 
Cement Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Portland cement 
manufacture. 2,225,147 ; Dec. 17. 

Bechtold, Ira C, Colton, assignor to California Portland 
Cement Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Plastic Portland 
cement. 2,225,148 ; Dec. 17. 

Bechtold, Ira C, and H. E. Kaiser, Colton, assignors to 
California Portland Cement Company, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Portland cement. 2,225,149 ; Dec. 17. 



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Bechtold, Ira C, and H. E. Kaiser, Colton, assignors to 
California Portland Cement Company, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Portland cement. 2,225,150 ; Dec. 17. 

Bechtold, Reuben E., assignor to Tolsheim Oil Tank and 
Pump Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Liquid dispensing 
apparatus. 2,194,843 : Mar. 26. 

Beck, Adolf, H. Schunck, and G. Ostermann, Bitterfeld, 
Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Mag- 
nesium Development Corporation. Melting magnesium 
and magnesium base alloys In induction furnaces. 
2,208,242 ; July 16. 

Beck, Allen F., Columbus, Ohio. Latch for metallic 
grave vaults. 2,185,326 ; Jan. 2. 

Beck, Allen F., Columbus, Ohio. Metallic grave vault. 
2,185,493 ; Jan. 2. 

Beck, August, assignor to Waite Carpet Company, Osh- 
kosh. Wis. Rug. 2,212,413 ; Aug. 20. 

Beck, Charles W., Toledo, Ohio. Container for cards. 
2,185,624; Jan. 2. 

Beck, Chester O., and W. H. Degge, Fresno, Calif. Device 
for setting and holding pins for games. 2,187,995 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Pittman, Reinhart 
W., assignor.) 

Beck, Earl W., Eggertsville, N. Y., and V. Walker, Fort 
Erie, Ontario, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Aln- 
Cin, Inc. Catadioptric device and manufacture thereof. 
2,213,023 ; Aug. 27. 

Beck, Einar J., and G. G. Bluemink, assignors of one- 
third to H. Nelson, Racine, Wis. Electric lieht for 
bicycles. 2,199,064 ; Apr. SO. 

Beck, Ernie J. (See Van Derveer, C. A., and Beck.) 

Beck, Francis M., Schenectady, N. T., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control for resistance line T?eldlne 
machines. 2,209,805 ; July 30. 

Beck, Frederick D., Gleucoe, 111. Vibration absorbine 
support. 2,209,592 ; July 30. 

Beck, Gilbert E., Andrade, Calif. Artificial limb. 
2,207,473 ; July 9. 

Beck, Hans, and E. Dorrer, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine. 
Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of shaped articles. 2,215,573 : Sept. 24. 

Beck, John W. (See Eichelsdoerfer, T. P., and Beck.) 

Beck. Koller & Company. (See Hodglns, T. S., and 
Hovey. assignors.) 

Beck, Koller & Company. (See Hovey, A. G., and Ilodgins, 
assignors.) 

Beck, Leo, Upper Montclalr, N. J., assignor to Catalln 
Corporation. Laminated material and method of manu- 
facture. 2,227,212 ; Dec. 31. 

Beck, Ludwig, Berlln-Zehlendorf, Germany. Carburetor. 
2,212,258 ; Aug. 20. 

Beck, Ludwig. Berlin, assignor of one-third to L. Bertele, 
Berlin-Steglitz, and one-third to A. Dusterloh, Sprock- 
hovel, Germany. Carburetor for internal combustion 
engines. 2,208,317 ; July 16. 

Beck, Mark F., Rockaway Beach, N. Y. Printing and 
reproduction plate. 2,217,039 ; Oct. 8. 

Beck, Otto. (See Hurst, M., and Beck.) 

Beck, Peter A. (See Armor, H. P., and Beck.) 

Beck, Thomas M., and G. I. Klein, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Victor Chemical Works. Adsorbent product and using 
the same. 2,214,520 ; Sept. 10. 

Beck, Urban R., Minneapolis, Minn. Lazy back. 
2,186,318 ; Jan. 9. 

Beck, Walter, Rock Island, 111., assignor to Montgomery 
Elevator Company. Drive mechanism. 2,193,683 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Beck. Walter, assignor to Deutsche Gold und Silber 
Scheideanstalt vormals Roessler, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Salt melts as heat transfer media. 
2,211,047 ; Aug. 13. 

Beckel, Carl C, Clemmons, N. C. Ice creeper. 2,202,570 : 
May 28. 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,198,900 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,202,979 ; 
June 4. 

Becker, Bernard C, assignor to The Hoover Company, 
North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,202,980 ; 
June 4. 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,205,078 ; 
June 18. 

Becker, Bernard C, deceased. Canton, Ohio, by B. E. 
Becker, executrix, York, Pa., assignor to The Hoover 
Company, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2,218,160; Oct. 15. 

Becker, Bernard C, deceased. Canton, Ohio, by B. Becker, 
executrix, York, Pa., assignor to The Hoover Company, 
North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,226,365 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Becker, Bernice, executrix. (See Becker, Bernard C.) 

Becker, Bernice E., executrix. (See Becker, Bernard C, 
assignor.) 

Becker, Emil, Munich, Germany. Riveting apparatus. 
2,218,805 : Oct. 22. 

Becker, Emil, Munich, Germany. Riveting device. 
2,221,830 : Nov. 19. 

Becker, Emil, Munich, and J. E. Becker, Stoney Creek, 
Ontario, Canada. Welding transformer. 2,223,054 ; 
Nor. 26. 



Becker, Ernst, assignor to firma Autogenwerk "Sirius" 
Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Dusseldorf, 
Germany. Self-advancing autogenous torch. 2,185,781 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Becker, Fred A., New York, N. Y. Disnensing device. 
2,216,064 ; Sept. 24. 

Becker, Gottfried. (See Daeves, K., Becker, and Stein- 
berg. ) 

Becker, Hans. (See Corell, M., Vollman, and Becker.) 

Becker, Hazen K. (See Jurgens, E. G., and Becker.) 

Becker, Heinz, Hamburg, Germany. Gas furnace. 
2,207,474; July 9. 

Becker, Helmut, H. Broschke, and O. Sanger, assignors to 
Ernst Leitz G. m. b. H.. Wetzlar, Germany. Motion 
picture camera. 2.186.443: Jan. 9. 

Becker, Helmut, II. Broschke, and E. Filsinger, Wetzlar, 
Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to F. 
Dumur, Lausanne, Switzerland. Roll film camera. 
2,221,568 ; Nov. 12. 

Becker, Helmut, and E. Filsinger, Wetzlar, Germany, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to P. Dumur, Lausanne, 
Switzerland. Transmission mechanism for cameras. 
2,227,240 ; Dec. 31. 

Becker, Henry E., Alcron, Ohio, assignor to Amalgamated 
Engineering and Research Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Apparatus for controlling electric circuits. 2,195,199 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Becker, John E. (See Becker, Emil and J. E.) 

Beclver, Joseph, assignor to Koppers Company, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Coking retort oven. 2,207,573; July 9. 

Becker, Lester O., assignor to J. Pavelka, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rail bender. 2,216,152 ; Oct. 1. 

Becker, Oskar W. (See Freudenberg, H., Becker, and 
Braun, assignors.) 

Becker, P., & Company. (See Schnur, William V., as- 
signor.) 

lieclcer, Rudolph, North Plainfteld, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing ma- 
cuine. 2,222,016 ; Nov. 19. 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Feeding 
mechanism for sewing machines. 2.222,017 ; Nov. 19. 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, aissignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Looper- 
mechanism for sewing machines. 2,224,028 ; Dec. 3. 

Becker, Samuel J. (See Shapiro, Henry, assignor.) 

Becker, Stephen P., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Straight line 
connector. 2,217,978 ; Oct. 15. 

Becker, Walter R., and A. W. Lorenz, Milwaukee, Wi.s. Ac- 
cordion support. 2,218,142 ; Oct. 15. 

Becker, Wllhelm. (See Blomer, A., and Becker.) 

Becker, Wllhelm. (See Rosenthal, L., and Becker.) 

Becker, Wllhelm. (See Wollthan, H., and Becker.) 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Niagara 
Palls, N. Y., assignors to Electro Metallurgical Com- 
pany. Low alloy steel. 2,194,178 : Mar. 19. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y., assignors to Electro Metallurgical Com- 
pany. Austenic alloy steel. 2,198,598; Apr. 30. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y., assignors to Electro Metallurgical Company. 
Austenitlc alloy steel. 2,225,440 ; Dec. 17. 

Beckett, Howard P. (See Seckendorf, R. P., Perry, and 
Beckett.) 

Beckett, Lloyd S., Boston, Mass. Cap and dropper. 
2,188,802 ; Jan. 30. 

Beckett, Milton, Bridgeton, N. J. Spark plug. 2,212,893 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Beckett, William A., Kingsville, Ontario, assignor of one- 
half to F. K. Jasperson, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Gas 
heating apparatus. 2,210,228 : Aug. 6. 

Becklin, Oscar, Los Angeles, Calif. Wrench. 2,210,274 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Beckman, Charles E. (See Ostand, D., Ernst, and Beck- 
man.) 

Beckman, Charles L. (See Palmero, J. B., and Paster, 
assignors.) 

Beckman, Fred G., Muskogee, Okla. Combination rotary 
table and pack-off head. 2,199,733 ; May 7. 

Beckman, Fred G., Muskogee, Okla. Portable rotary 
table. 2,199,734 ; May 7. 

Beckman, Fred G., Muskogee. Okla. Packing gland. 
2,199,735 ; May 7. 

Beckman, Gustaf S., assignor to Universal Winding Com- 
pany, Cranston, R. I. Tension device. 2,217,094 ; Oct. 8. 

Beckman, Philip E., and M. A. Richford, San Francisco, 
Calif. Gas burner. 2,187,010 ; Jan. 16. 

Beckman, Robert L., Eugene, Oreg. Multiple power trans- 
mission drive. 2,200,686; May 14. 

Beckman, William R., assignor to The Birdsell Corpo- 
ration, South Bend, Ind. Receptacle stand or the like. 
2,215,952 ; Sept. 24. 

Beckmann, Werner N., et al. (See Browning, James E., 
assignor.) 

Becknell, Ronald V. (See Sclnilze, J. E., and Becknell.) 

Becknell, Ronald V., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to High Vacuum Processes, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Mineral oil distillation. 2,217.350 ; Oct. 8. 

Beckwith, Edward S., Omaha, Nebr. Spring wire snap. 
2.201.360 ; May 21. 

Beckwith, George M., MeadvlUe, Pa., assignor to Talon, 
Inc. Slide fastener. 2,193,757; Mar. 12. 



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Leckwith, George R., Brady Lake, and C. H. Propper, 
assignors to The C. L. Gougler Machine Company, Kent, 
Ohio. Apparatus for treating coiled strip material. 
2,199,736; May 7. „ „ , „„, . 

Beckwith, Lawton B., San Pedro ; W. E. Grebe, Wilming- 
ton ; and F. S. Scott, assignors to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Road making and 
the like. 2,220,670 ; Nov. 5. 

Beckwith, Leo M., Brookline, assignor to Market Forge 
Co., Everett, Mass. Guard for automobiles. 2,206,4-14 ; 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Lovoll, Stanley 
P., assignor.) 

Beckwith, Paul. Stroudsburg, Pa. xVrticle carrying de- 
vice. 2,186.191 ; Jan. 9. 

Beddingfield, John R. (See Toney, Homer R., assignor.) 

Bedell, James R., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignors to The 
B. P. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Applicator. 
2,201.516 ; May 21. 

Bedford, Albert P., assignor to Universal Button Fastening 
& Button Company, Detroit, Mich. Attaching appara- 
tus. 2,196,159 ; Apr. 2. „ ^. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phonograph. 2,185,882 ; 
Jan. 2. „ ^, 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system and opera- 
tion thereof. 2,192.121 ; Feb. 27. . 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electrical transmission sys- 
tem. 2,200,073 ; INIay 7. . ^ „ ,, 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency control circuits. 
2,201,978; May 28. , „. , - ^ r. ^■ 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television receiver. 2,207,775 ; 
July 16. . „ ,. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system. 2,223,812; 
Doe. 3. „ ,. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio system. 2,223,982 ; 
Dec. 3. „ ,. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Film projector for television. 
2.227.0.54; Dec. 31. 

Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, and K. J. Magnusson, 
Merchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation 
of America. Camera supporting pedestal. 2,200,736 ; 
May 14. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. T., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric control system. 
2,185,700 ; Jan. 2. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Protective system. 
2.192.028 : Feb. 27. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 

2.202.726 ; May 28. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 

2.202.727 ; Mav 28. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric translating apparatus. 

2,209,806 ; July 30. 
Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Electric valve circuits. 

2,222,700 ; Nov. 26. 
Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, and E. E. Moyer, 

Scotia, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 

Electric valve circuit. 2,202,728; May 28. 
Bedford, Edwin V. (See Havens, Walter B., assignor.) 
Bedford, James P., Scranton, Pa. Vehicle signal. 

2.225,732 ; Dec. 24. 
Bedford, Reginald A., Stumperlowe, Sheffield, England. 

Device for removing drills or other articles from their 

shafts. 2,217,152; Oct. 8. 
P.pdford, Robert H.. New York, N. Y. Frozen m:iterials. 

2.194,684 : Mar. 26. 
Bedford, Robert H., assignor of one-half to A. T. Sherman, 

New York. N. Y. Frozen material. 2,214,398 ; Sept. 10. 
Bednarek. Frank, San Francisco, Calif. Tie-wire tool. 

2,214,267; Sept. 10. 
Bednarek, Peter C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Osternioor 

& Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Mattress. 2,223, .">94 ; 

Doc. 3. 
Bednarski, Walter S. (See Matela, John. as.signor.) 
Bedwell, Allen C, assignor of one-half to C. H. Masengill, 

Blountville, Tenn. Tobacco harvesting implement. 

2,213,268; Sept. 3. 
Beebe, Charles H., New York, N. Y., and W. E. Beobe, 

Roselle Park, N. J. Indicator for motor vehicle lights. 

2.223,201 : Nov. 26. 
Beebe, Edward M., assignor of one-half to L. Olson, 

Shawnee, Okla. Shale separator. 2,206,593 ; July 2. 
Beebe, John D., Silver Lake, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodrich Company, New Yorlt, N. Y. Traffic marker. 

2,192.878 ; Mar. 12. 
Beebe, John D., Silver Lake. Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodricli Company, New York, N. Y. Pressure arm 

structure. 2,201,422 ; May 21. 
Beebe, John D., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 

Trumbull Metal Products Company, E. B. Busby, De- 
troit. Midi., trusloe. Catliode and making same. 

2,219.217 ; Oct. 22. 



Beebe, Wallace E. (See Beebe, Charles H. and W. E.) 

Beebe, Watson, Cheboygan, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Trumbull Metal Products Com- 
pany. Electric etching or deposition frame. 2,190,440 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Beebe, Watson, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Trumbull Metal Products Company. 
E. B. Busby, trustee, Detroit, Mich. Electrolytic pro- 
duction of metal screens. 2.225,733 ; Dec. 24. 

Beebe, Watson, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Trumbull Metal Products Company, 
E. B. Busby, trustee, Detroit, Mich. Electrolytic 
method of making screens. 2,225,734 ; Dec. 24. 

Beeby, Frank F., River Forest, 111., assignor to Cement 
Gun Company. Chimney. 2,204,955 ; June 18. 

Beecher, Brazier K., assignor to Michigan Alkali Com- 
pany, Wyandotte, Mich. Sodium orthosilicate and mak- 
ing same. 2,219,646 ; Oct. 29. 

Beecher, Eugene L., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Gabriel Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Shock absorber. 
2,214,038 ; Sept. 10. 

Beecher, Evan R. (See True, O. S., and Beecher.) 

Beecher, John W., assignor to The Bristol Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Metering and integrating apparatus. 
2,207,908 ; July 16. 

Beecher, Valentine, Greenville, N. Y. Faucet. 2,188,216 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Beechlyn, John T., assignor of one-half to O. S. Walker 
Co. Inc., Worcester, Mass. Magnetic speed changer. 
2,223,866 ; Dec. 3. 

Beech-Nut Packing Company. (See Martin, William T., 
assignor.) 

Beeck, Otto, and F. P. Rust, Berkeley, assignors to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, v^alif. Metal 
catalyst and its preparation. 2,223,777 ; Pec. 3. 

Beede, Arnold H., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Dictaphone 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Transmission of power. 
2,201,118 ; May 14. 

Beede, Stephen M., Jr., San Auselmo, and J. Kilburg, 
assignors to Sussman, Wormser & Co., San Francisco, 
Calif. Fruit processing apparatus. 2,186,471 ; Jan. 0. 

Beeg, George R., Yonkers, N. Y. Pocket screw driver and 
the like. 2,196,849 ; Apr. 9. 

Beegle, Frank M., Riverside, 111., and H. L. Andrews, 
.Jr., Swarthmore, Pa., assignors to Congoleum-Nalrn 
Inc. Coating composition. 2,216,180 ; Oct. 1. 

Beeh, Louis, Springfield, Mass. Fuel pump. 2,219,002 : 
Oct. 22. 

Beehau, Martin A., Washington, D. C. Chaplet or rosary. 
2,213,516; Sept. 3. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Solvay Process Company, 
New York, N. Y. Production of nitric acid. 2,185,579 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., > Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of nitric acid. 2,185,580 : .Jan. 2. 

Beekliuis, Herman A., Jr. (See Keaiie, A. F., and Beek- 
huis.) 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company. New York, N. Y. Treat- 
ing liquids containing nitric and hydrochloric acids. 
2.201.423 ; May 21. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing a metal nitrate and chlorine from nitric acid 
and a metal chloride. 2,208,112; July 16. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. De- 
composition of nitrosyl chloride. 2,211,531 ; Aug. 13. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to The 
Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Production 
of a nitrate. 2,215,450 ; Sept. 24. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., assignor to 
The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Absorb- 
ing nitrosyl chloride. 2,215,451 ; Sept. 24. 

Beekhuis, Herman A,, Jr., Petersburg, Va., and W. De 
Forest Macomber, Clay, assignors to The Solvay Process 
Company, New York, N.. Y. Reducing corrosion and 
composition of matter of reduced corrosiveness towards 
ferrous metals. 2,198,151 ; Apr. 23. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., and W. De 
P. Macomber, Clay, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to The Solvay Process Company, New York, N. Y. Pre- 
venting corrosion of ferrous metals. 2,215,077 ; Sept. 
17. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg. Va., and W. De P. 
Macomber, Clay, assignors to The Solvay Process Com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. Preventing corrosion of ferrous 
metals. 2,215,092 ; Sept. 17. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr., Petersburg, Va., and C. K. 
Lawrence, Baldwinsville, assignors to The Solvay 
Process (Company, New York, N. Y. Reducing corro- 
sion by ammoniacal solutions of inorganic salts and 
new composition of reduced corrosiveness. 2,220,059 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Beekmann, Paul C, Atlantic, Iowa. Earth conditioning 
implement. 2,193,506; Mar. 12. 

Beeler, Charles P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Chrvsler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Air con- 
ditioning system. 2,206,445 ; July 2. 

Beeman, Donald L., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Contact arrangement for relays. 
2,202.729 ; May 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Beeman, Donald L., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. System of electric distribution. 

2,213,877; Sept. 3. 

Beemer, Paul K. (See Van Dorn, W. E., and Beemer.) 

Beemer, Paul K., Highland Park, assignor to Chrysler 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Wheel suspension. 

2.225.966 ; Dec. 24. 

Beer, Henri B., The Hague, Netherlands. Treatment of 
air. 2,203,188 ; June 4. 

Beer, Ludwig, and P. Halbig, assignors to Consortium 
Fur Elektrochemische Industrie, G. m. b. H., Munich, 
Germany. Producing oxy-carboxylic acid esters. 
2,208,355 ; July 16. 

Beers, George H., Sr., Pittsburgh, assignor of one-half 
to 6. M. Crawford, Borough of Pitcairn, one-fourth to 
G. W. Jones, III, one-eighth to J. T. Flynn, and one- 
eighth to P. F. Flynn, Pittsburgh, Pa. Rope holder. 

2.194.967 ; Mar. 26. 

Beers, George L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High frequency signal respon- 
sive control system. 2,203,857 ; June 11. 

Beers, George L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tuning indicator system for 
radio receiving apparatus and the like. 2,204,398 ; 

Beers, George L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
('orporation of America. Television apparatus. 
2,223,983 ; Dec. 3. 

Beers, George L., Collingsvi'ood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sound reproducing system. 
2,220,141 ; Nov. 5. 

Beers, John R., Bloomfield, N. J. Anode for electron 
guns. 2,212,144; Aug. 20. 

Beers, Joseph L,., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Julius 
ICayser & Co., New York, N. Y. Yarn-laying mecha- 
nism for knitting machines. 2,213,298; Sept. 3. 

Beers, Joseph L., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Julius 
Kayser & Company, New York, N. Y. Multiyarn laying 
mechanism for knitting machines. 2,213,299 ; Sept. 3. 

Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, JVIich. Furnace. 2,211,637 ; Aug. 
13. 

Beese, Norman C. (See Marden, J. W., Beese, and 
Meister. ) 

Beeson, Eric J. G., Southwell, England, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Seal. 2,219,438 ; Oct. 29. 

Beeston, John P., assignor to Automotive Products Com- 
pany Limited, London, England. Liquid pressure re- 
mote control system. 2,215,169 ; Sept. 17. 

Beetschen, Charles, Les Plantaz, Nyon, Switzerland. 
Liquid fuel burner. 2,193,085 ; Mar. 12. 

Be-Ge Manufacturing Company. (See Gurries, Albert G., 
assignor. ) 

"Be-Ge" Manufacturing and Welding Works. (See Gur- 
ries, Albert G., assignor.) 

Begg, Hugh S., Oakland, Calif. Shock absorber. 
2,194,001 : Mar. 19. 

Begg, Hugh S., Oakland, Calif. Adjustable shock ab- 
sorber. 2,194,002 ; Mar. 19. 

Beggs, Don, assignor to Surface Combustion Corporation, 
Toledo, Ohio. Fuel burner control system. 2,200,908 ; 
May 14. 

Beggs, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Metal radio tube. 2,203,516 ; June 
4. 

Beggs, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
ISlectric Company. Radio receiver. 2,203,517 ; June 4. 

Beggs, Joseph S. (See Leavltt. R. P., and Beggs.) 

Beggs, Joseph S., assignor to Eastman Kodak (ilompany, 
Rochester, N. Y. Tripod leg clamp. 2,211,314 ; Aug. 

Begin, Peter H., Cleveland, Ohio. Dumping vehicle. 
2,219,585: Oct. 29. 

Beglinger, Edward. (See Sherrard, Beglinger, Hohf, and 
Bateman. ) 

Begun, Semi J., Bronx, N. Y., assignor to Magnetone Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Magnetic sound recording and re- 
producing. 2,224,854 ; Dec. 17. 

Behan, Thomas W., assignor to Nineteen Hundred Cor- 
poration, Binghamton, N. Y. Wringer. 2,227,119 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Beharrell, George E., Streetly, J. Wright, Stoke Park, and 
H. Trevaskis, Sutton Coldfield, assignors to Dunlop 
Rubber Company Limited, London, England. Fluid- 
pressure brake control apparatus. 2,200,829 ; May 14. 

Beharrell, George E., Streetly, J. Wright, Stoke Park, and 
H. Trevaskis, Sutton Coldfield, assignors to Dunlop 
Rubber Company Limited, London, England. Control 
valve for hydraulic systems and apparatus. 2,200,830 ; 
May 14, 

Beharrell, George E., Streetly, J. Wright, Stoke Park, 
Coventry, and H. Trevaskis, Sutton Coldfield, assignors 
to Dunlop Rubber Company Limited, London, England. 
Control valve for fluid motors. 2,219,466 ; Oct. 29. 

Behee, Joseph H., assignor of one-half to R. Johnson, 
Independence, Mo. Preparing stone for treatment by 
sandblasting. 2,199,980 ; May 7. 

Behling, Arthur J., assignor to Automotive Oil Power, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Device to gasify fuel oil. 2,206,824 ; 
July 2. 

Behni, Erich. (See Klenk, W., and Behm.) 

Behm, William. (See Jaenichen, L., and Behm.) 

Behn, Herbert H., Chicago, 111. Loose leaf binder. 
2,206,317 ; July 2. 

Behnke, Guy E. (See Giesey, R. H., and Behnke.) 



Behr, Allen, New York, N. Y. Tennis court marking. 
2,196,601 ; Apr. 9. 

Behr, Erwin. (See Fischer, Albert, assignor.) 

Behr, Gustave E., assignor to National Lead Company, 
New York, N. Y. Purifying lead, tin, and alloys thereof. 
2,196,050 ; Apr. 2. 

Behr, Henry D., Laurel ton. Long Island, N. Y., Timer. 
2,201,941 ; May 21. 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Boucher, Malcolm M., 
assignor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Burns, Walker, as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Crupi, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Elbel, E., and .Seebach, 
assignors.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Gallagher, Francis E., 
assignor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Meston, A. F., and 
Wintermute, assignors.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Oglesby, Nicholas E., 
assignor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Ross, Colin A., as- 
signor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Wintermute, Harry A., 
assignor.) 

Behr, Siegfried, Flushing, assignor to Ben Hur Products. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Combined comb, brush, and 
curler. 2,207,427 ; July 9. 

Behrens, Alfred. (See Eickemeyer. A., and Behrens.l 

Behrens, Herbert C, assignor to Duplex Printing Press 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Full automatic plate- 
finishing machine. 2,187,444 ; Jan. 16. 

Behrens, Herbert C, assignor to Duplex Printing Press 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Printing press fountain. 
2,190,929 ; Feb. 20. 

Behrens, Walter S., Buffalo, N. Y. Sterilizer for dental 
handpieces. 2,186,600 ; Jan. 9. „„..„,„ 

Behrens, William O., Harvey, 111. Oil burner. 2,202,822 ; 
June 4. 

Behrens, William O., Harvey, 111. Oil burner. 2,202,981 ; 
June 4. 

Behrens, William O., Harvey, 111. Blower. 2,227,373 ; 
Dee 31 

Behring, William E., Glendale, Calif. Tooth brush, 
2 188 217 * Jan 23 

Beh'ring'er, (George A., Brooklyn, N. Y, Gas main stopper. 
2,198,854 ; Apr. 30. ^, . . c^. , 

Behringer, Grover F., assignor to The American Steel 
Package Company, Defiance, Ohio. Selective rotary 
control means. 2,192,393 ; Mar. 5. 

Behrman, Abraham S., assignor to International Filter 
Co., Chicago, 111. Base exchange material. 2,210,650 ; 
Aug. 6. . ^ , . 

Beiderbecke, Charles H., Rochester, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Typewriting machine. 2.199,535 ; May 7. 

Beiderbecke, Charles H., Lyons, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New Y'ork, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 2,200,767 ; May 14. 

Beiderman, Edward G., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Clark Controller Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Time con- 
trolled electric switch. 2,196,488; Apr. 9. 

Beier, Josef, Mannheim-Feudenlieim, Germany. Friction 
wheel gear. 2,222.281 ; Nov. 19. 

Beier, Paul H. (See Merrick, A. W., and Beier.) 

Beierlein, Karl, Dusseldorf, assignor to Losenhauseiiwerk 
Diisseldorfer Maschlnenbau A. G., Dusseldorf-Grafen- 
berg, Germany. Tamping machine. 2,223,024 ; Nov. 
26. 

Beike, Hans, Glendale, assignor to Eugene, Ltd., New 
York, N. Y. Permanent waving. 2,193,086 ; Mar. 12. 

Beilenson, Bernard, Harrow, England, assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Benzothiazino- 
merocyanine dyes. 2,213,730 ; Sept. 3. 

Beilenson, Bernard, Harrow Weald, England, assignor to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Thiazino- 
cyanine dyes. 2,226,153 ; Dec. 24. 

Bein, Isaac, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Taximeter-flag control. 
2,195,807 : Apr. 2. 

Beisel, Rex B., and P. S. Baker, West Hartford, assignors 
to United Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. 
Airplane control. 2,201,710 ; May 21. 

Beissner, Henry E., San Antonio, Tex. Educational de- 
vice. 2,192,784 ; Mar. 5. 

Beiswenger, Gustav A. (See Starr, J. V., and Beis- 
wenger.) 

Beitel, Robert J., Jr., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Chromatic test target. 
2,190,008 ; Feb. 13. 

Belter, George, Long Island City, N. Y. Staff tip. 
2,209,504 ; July 30. 

Bei'/.or, Harold H., assignor of one-half to S. H. Berg, 
Philadelphia, Pa. System of advertising. 2,206,998 ; 
July 9. 

Beizer, Harold H., Camden, and W. E. Newman, Moores- 
town, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
IMotor driven tuning system. 2,204,065; June 11. 

Beizer, Harold H., Pensauken, and R. H. Siemens, 
Merchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Radio receiver. 2,222,761 ; Nov. 26. 

BelaiefC, James F., and C. T. Delaney, Cricklewood, Lon- 
don, England. Cooler for oil and other liquids. 
2,222,496 ; Nov. 19. 



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59 



Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Carrying handle for containers. 
2.196,184 ; Apr. 9. „ „ 

Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Carrying handle for containers. 
2,196,185 ; Apr. 9. ,„_„,., ,, 

Belcher, Daniel, B. R. Stetson, and H. V. Kmdseth, as- 
signors to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 
Mechanism for feeding blanlis. 2,220,073 ; Nov. 5. 

Belcher, Harold H., assignor to Philadelphia Drying Ma- 
chinery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Apron conveyer. 
2,215,418 ; Sept. 17. 

Belcher, Walter A., Jr., East Providence, R. I. End 
connector. 2,214,448; Sept. 10. 

Belden, Don A., Akron, Ohio. Pouring vessel. 2,197,141 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Andre, Gustaf E., 
assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Cihlar, Clarence 
J., assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Crossley, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Scholl, Chester C, 
assignor.) 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Wermine, Hugo 
H., assignor.) 

Beldimano, Alessandro, Rome, Italy. Wind power plant. 
2,218,867 ; Oct. 22. 

Belding, Harold L., Northampton, assignor to Henrici 
Laundry Machinei'y Company, Boston, Mass. Washer. 
2,204,563 ; June 18. 

Belding, Harold L., Dorchester, assignor to Henrici 
Laundry Machinery Company, Boston, Mass. Laundry 
washer. 2,205,130 ; June 18. 

Belding, Harvey R., Sharpsville, Pa. Ingot cap. 
2,190,392 ; Feb. 13. 

Belding, Harvey R., Sharpsville, Pa. Producing capped 
steel. 2,190,393 ; Feb. 13. 

Beienklj, Jifl, Olomouc, Czechoslovakia. Pressure device 
for hydraulic brakes. 2,205,806 ; June 25. 

Beletic, John, Cleveland, Ohio. Tongs. 2,199,300 ; Apr. 
30. 

Belfield, H., Company. (See Goehring, Francis R., as- 
signor.) 

Belfit, Robert W., Watertown, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Plaskon Company Incorporated, Toledo, 
Ohio. Urea-formaldehyde molding composition and 
forming. 2,191,949 ; Feb. 27. 

Beline, Martin B., New York, N. Y. Order dial. 2,222,166 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Beline, Walter E., assignor to York Ice Machinery Cor- 
poration, York, Pa. Compressor-condenser unit for 
refrigerating machines. 2,190,249 ; Feb. 13. 

Beline, Walter E., assignor to York Ice Blachinery Corpo- 
ration, York, Pa. Refrispratlon. 2,223,882 ; Dec. 3. 

Belk, William N., et al. (See Bazarek, Waldo J., as- 
signor.) 

Belknap, Hobart D., Portland, Oreg. Thumb guard. 
2,225,896 ; Dec. 24. 

Belknap, Samuel L., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic 
safety plunger. 2,209,067 ; July 23. 

Bell, Abram P., Los Angeles, Calif. Yarn winder. 
2.185.327 : Jan. 2. 

Bell, Adam C, G. D. Miles, and K. L. Russell, New York, 
N. Y., assignors to Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Preparation of organic sulphonates. 
2,187,144; Jan. 16. 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Bowers, Herbert L., as- 
signor.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Bowers H. L., and Wolf, 
assignors.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Eekler, Harlan E., as- 
signor.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Patterson, A. M. J., and 
Riley, assignors.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Schwartz, Arthur A., 
assignor.) 

Bell Aircraft Corporation. (See Wolf, R. A., and Bowers, 
assignors. ) 

Bell, Albert, North Hollywood, assignor to Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corporation, Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Lift truck. 2,204,880 ; June 18. 

Bell, Albert L., Columbus, Ohio. Wheel-balancing ma- 
chine. 2,214,758 ; Sept. 17. 

Bell, Alfred B., assignor to Hey wood- Wakefield Com- 
pany, Gardner, Mass. Wall cabinet table. 2,199,981 ; 
May 7. 

Bell, Alfred B., assignor to HeyT"ood- Wakefield Company, 
Gardner, Mass. Armrest support. 2,204,205 ; June 11. 

Bell, Angus S., and J. R. Wylde, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Textile material. 2,218,633 : Oct. 22. 

Bell, Anna M. (See Bell, James, and A. M.) 

Bell, Arthur, London, England, assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Web 
severing mechanism. 2.191,512 ; Feb. 27. 

Bell, Arthur R., Philadelphia, assignor of twenty-five per- 
cent to W. J. Horn and twenty-five per-cent to F. S. 
Horn, Philadelphia, and twenty-five per-cent to A. J. 
IWiller, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Surgical hosiery. 2,218,413 ; 
Oct. 15. 
Bell, C. S., Co. (See Shirley, Loyd E., assignor.) 

Bell, Charles C, Marblehead, Mass? Nursing bottle sup- 
port. 2,201,257 ; May 21. 



Bell, Charles H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Nassau 
Smelting and Refining Company, Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Material treating apparatus. 2,189,414 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bell, Charles H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Nassau 
Smelting and Refining Company, Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Material treating apparatus. 2,189,415 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bell, Charles W., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swlssvale, Pa. Apparatus 
for the control of highway crossing signals. 2,213,377 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Bell, David A., Chelmsford, England, assignor to Radio 
CoiToratlon of America. Oscillator circuit. 2,225,897 : 
Dec. 24. 

Bell, Edwin J., assignor to The Bell Machine Company, 
Oshkosh, Wis. Unloading, counting, and stacking 
mechanism. 2,191,436 : Feb. 27. 

Bell, Elva L. (See Bell, Harold E. and E. L.) 

Bell, Harold E. and E. L., Spokane, Wash. Window strip- 
ping. 2,195,528 ; Apr. 2. 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Phillimore, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Stechbart, Bruno, 
assignor.) 

Bell, Hubert S., Corpus Chrlsti, assignor of one-half to 
W. J. Clay, Houston, Tex. Brake for hoisting reels. 
2,205,643 ; June 25. 

Bell, Ivan C, Dallas, Tex. Drill bit. 2,201,219 ; May 21. 

Bell, James and A. BI., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
Bookholder. 2,203,126 ; June 4. 

Bell, James C. (See Bispham, W. N., and Bell.) 

Bell, John W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Apparatus for 
crushing or grinding ore. 2,189,441 ; Feb. 6. 

Bell, John W., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Paper 
drying system and apparatus therefor. 2,192,168 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Bell, John W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to E. H. 
Sieling, Chicago, 111. Dispensing and measuring ma- 
chine. 2,199,065 ; Apr. 30. 

Bell Machine Company, The. (See Bell, Edwin J., as- 
signor.) 

Bell Machine Company, The. (See Bell, Morris A., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Morris A., assignor to The Boll Machine Company, 
Oshkosh, was. Clamping device. 2,209,379 ; July 30. 

Bell Punch Company. (See Ruedels, George D., assignor.) 

Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Peckham, Leslie N., 
assignor.) 

Bell, Ralph L., Raspeburg, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Baltimore, Md. Bomb dropping de- 
vice. 2,209,380 ; July 30. 

Bell, Robert A. (See Clark, W. J., Bosanquet, Bell, and 
Matthews.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Allen, 
Lawrence H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ander- 
son, Frithiof B., assignor,) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, (See Andres, 
Robert R,, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Augus- 
tadt, Herbert W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bachelet, 
Albert E,, assignor,) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bards- 
ley, Joseph R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barney 
H. L., Bjornson, and Curtis, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barry, 
J. F., and Och, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barry, 
D. P., and Seltzer, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barry, 
Joseph F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bascom, 
Henry M,, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Beau- 
mont, William M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bennett, 
Arthur F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bennett, 
William, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bennett. 
William R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Berger, 
Frederick C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Berger, 
Uriah S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Berger, 
U. S., and Curtis, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Berger, 
U. S,, and Melhose, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 
Harold S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 
Robert, Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, (See Blatt- 
ner. David G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blatt- 
ner, D. G., and Vieth, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blount, 
Frank E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Boll- 
man, John H., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bond, 

Walter L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bonor- 

den, Allen R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bots- 

ford. Nelson, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowen, 

Arnold E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bower, 

J. H., and Wright, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bown, 

Ralph, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Branson, 

D. E., and Watson, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brewer, 

Sherman T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brown, 

J. T. L., and Holman, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bruce, 

Edmond, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buch, 

P. E., and Knowlton, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buhren- 

dorf, Frederick G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burton, 

Everett T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Burton, 

E. T., and Curtis, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

Aloysius J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

A. J., and Erwin, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

A. J., and Matthies, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Carpen- 
ter, W. W., and Kittredge, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter, W. W., and Matthies, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Carr, James A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Caruth- 

ers, Robert S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Caverly, 

Harry C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chaffee, 

Joseph G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chris- 

tensen, Carl J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ciceo- 

lella, David F,, assignor.) 
Bell Telphone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clark, 

J. E., Ekstrand, and Ronci. assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clarke, 

Waller J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cole, 

Ira E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cole, 

I. E., and Melhose, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Collis, 

Raymond E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Collis, 

R. E., Hersey, and Newsom, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cory, 

Samuel I., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Coyne, 

Howard L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cramer, 

W. W., and Kinkead, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See. Cum 

mings, George C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curran, 

S. T., and Kuhn, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

Austen M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis 

Harold E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See David- 
son, John, Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davis, 

Kingsbury H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Davis- 
son, Clinton J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dawson. 

Wilfred L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dehn, 

Joseph W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See De 

Lange, Owen E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dickie- 
son, Alton C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. ( See Diggory, 

B. A., and Teal, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dimond, 

Thomas L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dixon, 

J. B., and Gordon, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doha, 

Stephen, Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Do- 

horty, William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dowey, 

Thomas L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dudlej 

Homer W., assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Duguid, 

J. M., Ross, and Van Duyne, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Edson, 

James O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Edson, 

J. O., and Wilson, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. ( See Edwards, 

W. H., Porter, and Terry, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eliason, 

Oscar C., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ellwood, 

Walter B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. ( See Ellwood, 

W. B., and Holden, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ferrell, 

Enoch B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Field, 

Joseph C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fox, 

Arthur L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fuller- 
ton, William O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gannett, 

Danforth K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gardner, 

Leland A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gent, 

Edgar W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gilbert, 

John J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gil- 
man, George W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gleason, 

Daniel H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Glunt, 

Omer M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gray, 

Prank, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green, 

E. I., and Monk, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hale, 

S. G., and Owens, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Halligan, 

Clair W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ham- 
burger, Frey.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hans- 

com, Clarence D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hartley, 

Ralph V. L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hawks, 

Verl J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hawley, 

Melville S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hefele, 

.Tohn R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hefele, 

J. R., and Teal, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone XJaboratories, Incorporated. (See Heising, 

Raymond A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hen- 

ning, Harley A., assignor, i 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Herring- 
ton, Harold W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hersey, 

Ralph E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man, Clarence N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hig- 

gins. W. H. C, and Newhouse, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hill, 

Walter J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Holden, 

William H. T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hovland, 

Henry, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hoyt, 

Frederick A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hub- 
bard, Francis A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hulin, 

Lynford S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hussey, 

Luther W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hux- 

ham, Trevor S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ingram, 

Sydney B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 

Herbert E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Janssen, 

William F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See John- 
ston, D. P., and Shiel, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kannen- 

berg, Walter F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kater, 

Joseph A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kelsall, 

G. A., and Nesbitt, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kern, 

Emerson W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

Archie P., assignor.) 



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61 



Boll Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

G. v., and Swenson, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

R. E., and Miller, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kings- 
bury, E. F., and Reeve, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kinkead, 

FuUerton S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kinsley, 

Thomas G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kircher, 

Reymond J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kirk- 

patrick, William E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Knoop, 

William A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Knowl- 

ton, Clarence S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Koenig, 

Walter, Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Tellephone Laboratories Incorporated. (See Koh- 

man, Girard T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Krantz, 

Hubert K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Krecek, 

Joseph A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Krist, 

Henry K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuntz, 

Frank A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lack, F. 

R., Willard, and Fair, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lalco, 

Joseph P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lally, 

William J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lane, 

R. F.. and Newhouse, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lang, 

Wilmarth Y., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Large, Wayne V. K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lewis, 

Benjamin F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Llewel- 
lyn, Frederick B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Locke, 

George A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lund- 

strom, Alexis A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lund- 

strom, A. A., and Norton, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Marku- 

son, Oscar S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harrison, 

Warren A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Martin, 

William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mason, 

Warren P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mathes, 

R. C. Peterson, and Dudley, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McCann, 

Thomas A., as.signorl 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McCor- 

mick. Charles G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Meacham, Lamed A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Melick, 

John M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mertz, 

Pierre, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Meschj 

Orwar S. A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Milarta, 

Louis E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Daniel D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

R. A., and Rubly, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mitchell, 

Doren, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Monk, 

Newton, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Morgan, 

Stanley O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Morri- 
son. L. A., and Mott, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Morton, 

Edmund R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mueller, 

Louis C.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See New- 
house, Russell C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nor- 
man. Nathaniel C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Norton, 

Frank R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Nyquist, 

Harry, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Och, 

Henry G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Oswald, 

Arthur A., assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Perkins, 
Edwin H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Peter- 
son, Eugene, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Peter- 
son. Glen, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Peter- 
son, Liss C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Phipps, 
G. S., and Schumacher, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pierce, 
John R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pierce, 
J. R., and Teal, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Polking- 
horn, Frank A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Powell, 
Albert C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pres- 
cott, Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Price, 
Arnold F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Quarles, 
Donald A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ramsey, 
Raymond B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ray- 
mond, Ralph, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rea, 
W^ilton T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Reeve, 
Howard T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 
Reichle, Winfried E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Reier, 
George C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Reise, 
H. A., and Skene, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Retal- 
lack, John B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rhodes, 
William A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Riesz, 
Robert R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ring, 
Douglas H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Roberts, 
Leland C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Robert- 
son. Donald D., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rock- 
wood, George H., Jr., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rodgers, 
Karl F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rumpel, 
Carl H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. {See Samuel. 
Arthur L., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Schel- 
kunoff, Sergei A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Schott, 
Lionel, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Schuh, 

Arthur E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shaw, 

Robert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telenhono Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shock- 
ley. William, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Simons, 

Buiton H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Singer, 

Fred J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Skellett, 

Albert M., assignor. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smet- 

hurst. Joseph O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

Percy C., assignor.) 
Bell T"lephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

Phillip H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith. 

P. H., and Specht, assignors. 1 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Spencer, 

Harry H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stevens, 

Ralph R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stock- 

fleth. Sigurd J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stoller, 

Hugh M.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sutlift", 

Carleton B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swart, 

Leland K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sykes, 

Roger A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Taylor, 

Charles C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Teal, 

Gordon K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thonip 

son. Albert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thonip 

son, William J., assignor.) 



62 



INDEX OP PATENTS, 1940 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thorp, 
Vaughn P., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Toomey, 
.John F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Tradup, 
Albert, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ulrich, 
Horace W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Vroom, 
Edward, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wagar, 
Harold N., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wall^er, 
Albert C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wehe, 
Herman G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wein- 
hart, Howard W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See West, 
Julian M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See White, 
Addison H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Whittle, 
Horace, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wier, 
Anthony J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Willard, 
Gerald W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wil- 
liams, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 
Ira G., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wint- 
nngham, William T., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wise. 
Raymond O., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wright, 
Sumner B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ziegler, 
Arthur W., assignor.) 

Bell, Thomas E., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Bleach- 
ing of cotton. 2,202,478 ; May 28. 

Bell, William C, London, England, assignor to The Hoover 
Company, North Canton, 'Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2,202,982 ; June 4. 

Bell, William D., Columbus, assignor to Anchor Hoclting 
Glass Corporation, Lancaster, Ohio. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. 2,198,589 ; Apr. 30. 

Bell, William D., assignor to F. O. Schoedinger, Columbus, 
Ohio. Bed table. 2,212,488 ; Aug. 20. 

Bell, William D., assignor to F. O. Schoedinger, Columbus, 
Ohio. Operating table. 2,217,783 ; Oct. 15. 

Bellack, Richard F., Neenah, assignor to Fox River Paper 
Corporation, Appleton, Wis. Duplicating device. 
2,215,995; Sept. 24. 

Bellah, William H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne, assignments, to Chicago Patent Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Game apparatus. 2,197,491 ; Apr. 16. 

Bellah, William H.. Los Angeles, Calif. Dispensing con- 
tainer. 2.212,582 ; Aug. 27. 

Bellamy, John I. (See Robinson, H. C, Bellamy, and 
Nelson.) 

Bellamy, John I. (See Sloan, W. E., and Bellamy.) 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfleld, M. L. Nelson, Paris Ridge, 
and H. F. Obergfell, River Forest, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Stock quotation system. 2,192,217 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M. and J., New Castle, Del. Control 
means for airplanes. 2,222,997 ; Nov. 26. 

Bellanca, John. (See Bellanca, Giuseppe M. and J.) 

Belleisle, Courtlandt I., Bellingham, Wash. Fiberboard 
cutout easel. 2,204,881 ; June 18. 

Beller, Hans, New York, N. Y., and J. J. Owen, Baton 
Rouge, La., assignors to Jasco, Incorporated. Oxidizing 
paiaffinic hydrocarbons. 2,216,222; Oct. 1. 

Bellingham Iron Works, Inc. (See Velie, Odell, assignor.) 

Bellman, Henry. (See Radtke, C, and Bellman.) 

Bellmann, Albert. (See Linse, Fritz, and Bellmann.) 

Belloc, Maurice, Paris, assignor to Societe Nobel Franeaise, 
Paris, Seine, France. Solvents for the condensation 
products of polyvinyl alcohols and aldehydes. 
2.194,994 ; Mar. 26. 

Belloc, Maurice, assignor to Societe Nobel Franeaise, 
Pans, France. Printing composition. 2,196,435 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 

Bellow, Edward A., St. Leonards-on-Sea, England. Smok- 
er's ash tray and other articles adapted to rest on 
chair arms or other supports. 2,219,974 ; Oct. 29. 

Bellstofffabric Waldhof. (See Kahle, Friedrich-Wilhelm, 
assignor. ) 

Belmag Zurich, Beleuehtungs-Und Metallindustrie A.-G. 
(See Eigenheer, Jakob, assignor.) 

Belmar Manufacturing Company, The. (See Marble, 
Louis M., assignor.) 

Belmont Laundry, Inc. (See Vincent, Frederick A., as- 
signor. ) 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Dunn, William L., as- 
signor.) 

Belmont Radio Corporation. (See Plensler, Alexander 
W., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 



Beloit Iron Works. (See Hornbostel, Lloyd, assignor.) 

Below, Fritz. (See Moller, R., and Below.) 

Belshaw, Charles F., Greenville, Mich. Refrigerator. 
2,189,390; Feb. 6. 

Belsky, Benjamin, also known as Baney Belsky, New York, 
N. Y. Drip pan for dough cutting machines. 
2,209,807 ; July 30. 

Belyea, Arthur R. (See Lunn, C. A., and Belyea.) 

Belz, Arno, Falkensee, Kreis Ost-Havelland, Germany, 
assignor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric energy collect- 
ing contact. 2,196,409 ; Apr. 9. 

Bclzer, Thomas R., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Protective coating for fruits. 2,186,691 ; Jan. 9. 

Beman, Ransom H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Refrig- 
eration. 2,206,999 ; July 9. 

Bemis, Bently A., assignor to The Cream of Wheat Corpo- 
ration, Minneapolis, Minn. Packaging machine. 
2.194.633: Mar. 26. 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, Daniel, assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, D., Stetson, and 
Kindseth, assignors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Geimer, William J., assignor.) 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Deep-fat frying ma- 
chine. 2,196,968 ; Apr. 16. 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Cooking meats. 
2,199,584 ; May 7. 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Combined cooking, 
baking, and serving unit. 2,210,521 ; Aug. 6. 

Bemis, Blelvin H., E. R. Greer, and A. E. Morrison, as- 
signors to Rotary Snow Plow Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Rotor for snow plows. 2,190,325 ; Feb. 13. 

Bemmann, Rudolf. (See Buetefisch, H., Winkler, Kauf- 
mann, and Bemmann.) 

Benade, Walther, Dessau in Anhalt, Germany, assignor 
to General Aniline & Film Corporation. Disazo dyes. 
2.195,443 ; Apr. 2. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Wiring, device. 
2,196,051 ; Apr. 2. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to The 
Monowatt Electric Corporation. Plug cap. 2,196,052 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Making at- 
tachment caps. 2,206,714 ; July 2. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Company, Providence, R. I. Attachment plug 
cap. 2,211,591 ; Aug. 13. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., as.signor to The 
Monowatt Electric Corporation. Faceplate. 2,212,145 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corpoi'ation, Providence, R. I. Electrical re- 
ceptacle. 2,215,316 ; Sept. 17. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to Mono- 
watt Electric Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Com- 
bined adapter and reflector for lamps. 2,221,505 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corporation. Plug receptacle. 2,222,701 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Bencivenga-Barbaro, Isidoro, Rome, Italy. Lever pro- 
pulsion device for bicycles, etc. 2,218,079 ; Oct. 15. 

Benda, Albert, Bussum, Netherlands, assignor to Edge 
Company Limited, London, England. Cardboard and 
cardboard web and making same. 2,216,803 ; Oct. 8. 

Bendel, Hermann, Berlin, assignor to Siemens & Halske, 
Aktiengesellschaft, Siemenstadt, near Berlin, Germany. 
Amplifier linearized by negative feedback. 2,203,484 ; 
June 4. 

Bendelor, William and C. Howard, Oklahoma City, Olda. 
Well perforator. 2,223,439 ; Dec. 3. 

Bender, Arthur Z. (See MuUer, C. D., and Bender.) 

Bender Body Company, The. (See Carlson, Alexander, 
assignor.) 

Bender, Charles P., Wabash, Ind., assignor to The General 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Fluid discharge 
device. 2.204,524; June 11. 

Bender, Hans P.. New York, N. Y. Lady's handbag and 
the like. 2,201,757; May 21. 

Bender, Harry, Antioch, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Chlorination. 2,200,254 ; May 14. 

Bender, Harry, Antioch, Calif., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Chlorination. 2,200,255 ; May 14. 

Bender, Jacob A., North Bergen, N. J. Dispensing de- 
vice. 2,196,379 ; Apr. 9. 

Bender, Max, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to United 
Acoustigraph Corporation. Sound recorder and repro- 
ducer. 2,193,443 ; Mar. 12. 

Bender, Norman, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic vehicle 
signal. 2,189,528 ; Feb. 6. 

Bendersky, Sadie, South Orange, N. J. Dress shield. 
2,186,002; Jan. 9. 

Ben Hur Products, Inc. (See Behr, Siegfried, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Baldwin, Everett E., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Bechberger, Paul F., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation CoiTporation. (See Berges, Donald M., 
assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Bendix Ariation Corporation. 

signor. ; 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

and Colt, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

and McCormack, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Press, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

der, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Jr., assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

B.. assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

P., assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Hausaniann, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Hood, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Whitney, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

and R. B., assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

B., assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Trefny, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 



(See Bjong, Leo V., as- 

(See Bragg, Caleb S., as- 

(See Bremser, Albert T., 

(See Buxton, James E., 

(See Carroll, Eugene G., 

(See Cerstvlk, Stephen, 

(See Chandler, Milton E., 

(See Chappell, Ralph R., 

(See Chappell, Ralph R., 

(See Chappell, R. R., Colt, 

(See Christian, Frank T., 

(See De Chard, Albert W., 

(See Douglas, Kenneth F., 

(See Elkin, Manuel H., 

(See Carey, John P., as- 

(See Goepfrich, R. A., and 

(See Gregg, D., and Daal- 

(See Haas, Harold, as- 

(See Hansen, Hans A., as- 

(See Heintz, Ralph M., 

(See Hunt, Scott F., as- 

(See Hurley, Roy T., as- 

(See Hyland, Lawrence A., 

(See Irving, John S., 

(See Johnson, Carl V., 

(See Johnson, Russell S., 

(See Jones, Burr W., as- 

(See Kearney, Daniel P., 

(See Kliesrath, Victor W., 

(See Kurzina, Stanley B., 

(See Kuzmitz, Frank V., 

(See La Brie, Ludger E., 

(See Laisne, Leon E., as- 

(See Lamoreaux, Andrevs' 

(See Lansing, Raymond 

(See Lansing, R. P., and 

(See MacBlane, James, 

(See McGrath, W. L., and 

(See McGrath, W. L., and 

(See MacNell, Charles I., 

(See Martin, Thomas B., 

(See Menzer, Anton, as- 

(See Miller, Philip M. 

(See Mistral, Paul H., 

(See Nardone, Romeo M., 

(See Neill, Robert L., as- 

(See Nowosielski, Edward 

(See Olfion, Elmer, as- 

(See Price, Harold W., as- 

(See Rylsky, Gregory V., 

(See Rylsky, G. V., and 

(See Sanford, Roy S., 



(See Stortz, John H., as- 
(See Sweet, Floyd J., as- 

(See Sylvander, Roy C, 
(See Titterlngton, George 
(See Tognola, Tullio, as- 

(See Watts, William S.. 

(See Weatherly, Blorgan 

(See White, J. W., and 



Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sayles, T. C, and 

Grlemsmann, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sayre, Gordon B., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Schaaf, Rudolph G., 

Jr., assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sekella, Youston, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Shepard, Kelvin K., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Spengler, Walter J., 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Stein, Fred A., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Stelzer, William, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

A., Jr., assignor^ 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Aviation CoiTporation. 

G., assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

Goepfrich, assignors.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Whitney, Kenneth E., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Whitney, Maurice P., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wirth, Emil O., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, Ludger E., as- 
signor. ) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Bassett, Rex E., Jr., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Bradbury, Clifford C, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances. (See Chamberlin, J. W., and 

Bassett, assignors.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Clark, Kendall, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Dodge, Adiel Y., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Haberstump, Alfred 

H., assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See McCollum, Andrew 

O., assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See McCollum, A. O., 

and Lovett, assignors.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Rouch, Everett W., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. (See Scott, Ray W., as- 
signor. ) 
Bendix Home Appliances, Inc. 

McCollum, assignors. 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

Breese, assignors.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Cunningham, Marion 

51., assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

A., assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. 

A., assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Hodgkins, Albert A., 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Hukill, Henry D., as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Johnson, Carl V., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Kerr, Henry H., Jr., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W., 

assignor. ) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Kliesrath, V. W., and 

Sanford, assignors.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Koppel, Ernst R., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger B., 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Leupold, Mathias, 

assignor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Mock, Frank C, as- 
signor.) 
Bendix Products Corporation. (See Mock, F. C, and 

Wirth, assignors.) 



(See Scott, K. W., and 
(See Baade, Henry, as- 
(See Barford, Frederik, 
(See Bragg, C. S., and 
(See Breese, Robert P., 



(See Fields, William E., 

(See Fowler, Owen H., 

(See Frank, Frederick C, 

(See Goepfrich, George 

(See Goepfrich, Rudolph 



64 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bendix Products Corporation. (See Paine, W. B., and 

Agueeff, assignors.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Price, Harold W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Price, Harold W. 
and E. R., assignors.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roberts, Glyn P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Ryan, William J., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Schairer, George S., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Smalley, Lee L., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Van Buskirk, Robert 
N., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Waseige, Cbarles B., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Whittington, Ralph 
S., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Winkler, Albert H., 
assignor. ) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Wirtb, Emil O., sis- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Adair, Samuel E., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Bennett, Robert P.. as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Brunner, Reed R., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Drake, Robert L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Eltgroth, George V., bs- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Frazier, Radford K., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Hammond, John W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Hammond, J. W., and 
Edwards, assignors.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Hilliard, W. P., and 
Brunner, assignors.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Jenkins, J. E., and 
Adair.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. See Seright, Carl G., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Sturm, R. E., and Elt- 
groth, assignors.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Vernon, George R., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Walker, Howard, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Wolsky, Manner, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Stromberg Carburetor Company. (See Joeck, 
Thomas D., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Eaton, W. A., and Sanford, assignors.) 

Bendix Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Humphrey, Homer D., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Ralston, James V., assignor.) 

Bendix Westinghouse Automotive Air Bralie Company. 
(See Sanford, Roy S., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Sanford, R. S., and Andres, assignors.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, Stephen, assignor.) 

Bendixen, H. H., et al. (See Wight, Frank H.. assignor.) 

Bendorff, Kurt, assignor to the firm Typograph G. m. b. H.. 
Berlin, Germany. Matrix setting and type-line-casting 
machine. 2,189,097 ; Feb. 6. 

Bendorff, Kurt, assignor to the firm Typograph G. m. b. H., 
Berlin, Germany. Matrix setting and type-line-casting 
machine. 2,209,556 ; July 30. 

Bendorff, Kurt, assignor to the firm Typograph G. m. 
b. H., Berlin, Germany. Casting mold holder for 
matrix setting and type-line casting machines. 
2.209,557 ; July 30. 

Bendorff, Kurt, Berlin, O. Bieber. Berlin-Lichterfelde. and 
K. Dahnert, Berlin-Carovsr, assignors to the firm Typo- 
graph G. m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Matrix-setting 
and type line-casting machine. 2,189,098 ; Feb. 6. 

Beneeke, Heinrich, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fur Drahtlose Telegraphie, m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Loud-speaker arrangement. 2,203,715; June it. 

Benpcke, Heinrich, and L. Bialk, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Loudspeaker arrangement. 2,210,477 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic pump or 
motor. 2.189.773 : Feb. 13. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Multistage dual shaft 
hydraulic pump or motor. 2,208,568 ; July 23. 

Benedek. Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Fluid pressure trans- 
mission. 2,211,402 : Aug. 13. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Fluid pressure power 
pump or motor. 2,213,236 ; Sept. 3. 

Benedict, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Device for repro- 
ducing letters, figures, or other characters. 2,199,277; 
Apr. 30. 

Benedict, Clifford L. (See Kelly, Patrick H,, assignor,) 



Benedict, Edward L., Carmel, assignor to Elb Products, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine and process for plaiting. 
2,196,006 ; Apr. 2. 

Benedict, Edward L,, Carmel, assignor to Elb Products, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Plaited unit. 2,227,385 ; Dec. 
31. 

Benedict, Frank R., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Cathode ray tube. 2,208,406 ; July 16. 

Benedict, Frederic K., Big Rapids, Jlich. Portable blade 
grinder. 2,193,854 ; Mar. 19. 

Benedict, Wayne L. (See Morrell, J. C, and Benedict.) 

Benedict, Wayne L. (See Pennington, D. L., and Bene- 
dict.) 

Benedict, Wayne L., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Companv, Chicago, 111. Low temoerature conversion 
of hydrocarbon oils. 2,223,162 ; Nov. 26. 

Benesh, Matthew E., Cicero, 111. Heating utensil. 
2,213,378; Sept. 3. 

Beniers, Emil. (See Wolff, P., and Beniers.) 

Benigni, Attilio, Rome, Italy. Lock for bags. 2,194,685 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Benioff, Hugo, La Canada, Calif. Stringed musical in- 
strument. 2,222,057 ; Nov. 19. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tilling implement. 
2,197,424; Apr. 16. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Traction wheel. 
2,204,650; June 18. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Cultivator demonstrator. 
2,211,877 ; Aug. 20. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Soil treating element. 
2,211,878; Aug. 20. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Internation- 
al Harvester Company. Tractor implement. 2,217,887 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Plow bottom. 2,217,888 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, III., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Implement lifting means. 
2,221,751; Nov. 19. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Earth-working device. 
2,225,204 ; Dec. 17. 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, and C. W. Mott, La Grange, 
111., assignors to International Harvester Company. 
Power lift. 2,200,768; May 14. 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Skinner, George 
D., assignor.) 

Benjamin, Henry A., Oakland, Calif. Fireplace damper 
construction. 2,194,583 ; Mar. 26. 

Benjamin, Israel J., Lisbon, N. Y. Sampling dipper. 
2,189,238; Feb. 6. 

Benjamin, Joel M., Philadelphia, Pa. Antiskid chain. 
2,222,393 ; Nov. 19. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Safety razor blade 
magazine. 2,187,370 ; Jan. 16. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis. Safety razor ac- 
cessory. 2,196,160 ; Apr. 2. 

Benjamin, Sidney H,, Milwaukee, Wis. Safety razor head 
element. 2,200,530 ; May 14. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwaukee, Wis, Blade ejector 
magazine, 2,226,963 : Dec, 31, 

Benjamin, Sidnev H,, Milwaukee, Wis, Blade retaining: 
safetv razor, 2,226,964 ; Dec, 31, 

Benjamin, Walter R,, Granite City, 111. Spinning device. 
2,209,745 ; July 30. 

Bennallack, H, C. (See Morella, Fr.nnk, assignor.) 

Benner, Dale A„ Alton, 111. Portable punch. 2,202,513 ; 
May 28. 

Benner, Dale A., Alton, 111. Portable punch. 2,202,514; 
May 28. 

Benner, Dale A,, Alton, 111, Punch operating mechanism, 
2,222,064; Nov. 19. 

Benner, Dale A,, Alton, 111, Car replacer. 2,222,647 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Benner, James J., Maple Heights, assignor to The Gebauer 
Chemical Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dispensing device. 
2,205,785 ; June 25. 

Benner, Joseph C, assignor to V, P. Benner, Kansas 
City, Mo, Compensating carburetor. 2,205,027 ; Junp 
18. 

Benner, Raymond C. (See Melton, R. L., Benner, and 
Kirchner. ) 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Production of abrasive material. 
Re. 21,552 ; Sept. 10. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N, Y. Apparatus for applying liquid to 
fabric. 2,191,827 ; Feb, 27, 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of abrasive articles. 2,193,265 ; Mar. 12. 

Benner, Raymond C, R. L. Melton, and H. P. Kirchner, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Carborundum 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Coating apparatus, 
2,194,253 ; Mar. 19. 



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Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Refrac- 
tory and making it. 2,203,770 ; June 11. 

Benner, Raymond C, Niagara Falls, and A. L. Ball, Lewis- 
ton, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Carborun- 
dum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive article 
and making the same. 2,216,728 ; Oct. 8. 

Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasion 
resistant furnace lining. 2,220,701 ; Nov. 5. 

Benner, Raymond C, and W. G. Soley, assignors to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Abrasive 
wheel. 2,225,193 ; Dec. 17. 

Benner, Raymond C, and J. C. McMuUen, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Refractory article and wall. 
2,226,701 ; Dec. 31. 

Benner, Roland G. (See Henke, C. O., and Benner.) 

Benner, Roland G. (See Henke, C. O., and Benner.) 

Benner, Russell E., Now Y'ork, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Remington Rand Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Adjust- 
able razor head. 2,186,091 ; Jan. 9. 

Benner, Russell E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Remington Rand Inc., New York, N. Y. Rotary cutter. 
2,186,092 ; Jan. 9. 

Benner, Russell E., New York, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments to Remington Rand Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Dry 
shaving instrument. 2,186,093 ; Jan. 9. 

Benner, Russell E., New York, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Remington Rand Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Cutter 
disengaging device. 2,180,094 ; Jan. 9. 

Benner, Russell E., New York, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Remington Rand Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric 
dry shaver. 2,223,156; Nov. 26. 

Benner, Velma P. (See Benner, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Bennes, Charles D., assignor to Technicolor Motion Pic- 
ture Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Film treatment. 
2.220,882 : Nov. 12. 

Bennett, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Tape gumming 
apparatus. 2,190,766 ; Feb. 20. 

Bennett, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Transfer adhe- 
sive process and product. 2,191,704 ; Feb. 27. 

Bennett, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Automatic tape- 
applying machine. 2,203,977 ; June 11. 

Bennett, Arthur F., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone substation apparatus. 2,190,466; Feb. 13 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. Lubri- 
cating device for machine tools. 2,190,858 ; Feb. 20. 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, and G. B. Hirsch, 
Providence, R. I., assignors to Brown and Sharpe Manu- 
facturing Company. Machine tool. 2,205,462 ; 
June 25. 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, and G. B. Hirsch, 
Providence, R. I., assignors to Brown and Sharpe 
Manufacturing Company. Machine tool. 2,222,702 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Bennett, Averill M., Lusk, Wyo. Mechanical walking 
animal. 2,226,893 ; Dec. 31. 

Bennett, Benjamin J., Leicester, England. Carbon feed- 
ing device for typewriters. 2,191.554 : Feb. 27. 

Bennett, Charles A., Stoneville, Miss. Dedicated to the 
free use of the People of the United States of America. 
Drying system for seed cotton. 2,189,099 ; Feb. 6. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, N. J. Process of and 
apparatus for lining pipes. 2,204,785 ; June 18. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, N. J. Joint for non- 
metallic pipes. 2,219,289 ; Oct. 29. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,186.444 ; Jan. 9. 

Bennett, CTharles K, Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable (Jompany, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,186,445 ; Jan. 9. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable. 2,222,932 ; Nov. 26. 

Bennett, Charles R., Cleveland, Ohio. Measuring top. 
2,209.954 ; Aug. 6. 

Bennett, Claude C, South Bend, Ind., assignor to A. E, 
Feragen, Inc., Seattle, Wash. Absorption dynamom- 
eter. 2,189,189 ; Feb. 6. 

Bennett. Claude C, South Bend, Ind., assignor to A. E. 
Feragen. Inc., Seattle, Wash. Dynamometer. 

2,218,463 ; Oct. 15. 

Bennett, Dale L., Oak Park, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Thermostat. 2,221,752 ; Nov. 19. 

Bennett, Donald P., Washington, D. C. Panoramic re- 
flector for cameras. 2,216,031; Sept. 24. 

Bennett. Dorothy, et al. (See Anderson, A. J., and Hill., 
assignors.) 

Bennett, Edward H., and H. R. Schutz, Toledo, Ohio, 
assignors to Libbey Glass Company. Banding appara- 
tus. 2,196,094 ; Apr. 2. 

Bennett, Edwin O., assignor to Continental Oil Compinv, 
Ponca City, Okla. Removing oil from wells. 2,225,949 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Bennett, Eugene G., assignor to The Champion Paper and 
Fibre Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Determi nation of 
hydrogen-ion concentration. 2.192.123 : Feb. 27 

Bennett, Foster C. (See Peake. J. S., and Bennett.) 

Bennett. Franklin P., Seattle, Wash. Paper roll chuck. 
2,196.489; Apr. 9. 

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LJenuett, Geoffrey U., assignor lo Toledo Scale Manu- 
facturing Company, Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 

2.193.669 ; Mar. 12. 

Bennett, George C, Huutsville, Ala. Shoe finisher ma- 
chine. 2,217,095 ; Oct. 8. 

Bennett, Harry T., assignor to Mid-Continent Petroleum 
Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Sulphurizing oils. 2,206,151 ; 
July 2. 

Bennett, Harry T., assignor to Mid-Continent Petroleum 
Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Sulphurizing oils. 2,206,152 ; 
July 2. 

Bennett, Herbert G. R., Duquesne, Pa. Flying shear con- 
trol. 2,211,362 ; Aug. 13. 

Bennett Incorporated. (See Neitzke, Oscar F., assignor.) 

Bennett Incorporated. (See Strovink, Florian, assignor.) 

Bennett, James A. J., Esher, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Autogiro Company of America. Sus- 
taining or lifting rotor for aircraft. 2,192,492 ; Mar. 5. 

Bennett, James A. J., Esher, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Autogiro Company of America. Bladed 
aircraft sustaining rotor. 2,197,677 ; Apr. 16. 

Bennett, James A. J., Esher, England, assignor, by nnsnt- 
assignments, to Autogiro Company of America. .\ii- 
craft sustaining rotor. 2,217,663 ; Oct. 15. 

Bennett, John M., Passaic, and V. D. Hauck, Clifton, 
N. J., assignor to Hygrade Sylvania Corporation, Salem, 
Mass. Marking method and apparatus. 2, 192, SCO ; 
Mar. 5. 

Bennett, Joseph A., assignor to Automatic Engraving 
Machine Company, Inc., Bloomington, Ind. Printing 
plate and method of and apparatus for producing it. 
2,209,183 ; July 23. 

Bennett, Joseph H., Worcester, Mass. Net for basketball 
goal. 2,199,609 ; May 7. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stoker. 2,195,- 
808 ; Apr. 2. 

Bennett, Lewis J., assignor of fifty-five per cent to R. W. 
Tyler, Hancock, N. Y. Casing for mattresses and the 
like. 2,201,361; May 21. 

Bennett, Moses E., assignor of one-half to D. Isom, De- 
troit. Mich. Burglar trap. 2,194,415 ; ]\Iar. 19. 

Bennett, Racy D., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Paper Bottle Company, Toledo, Ohio. Container. 

2.218.670 ; Oct. 22. 

Bennett, Racy D., and C. Z. Monroe, Detroit, Jlich., as- 
signors to The American Paper Bottle Company, To- 
ledo, Ohio. Container fabricating machine. 2,217,784 • 
Oct. 15. 

Bennett, Raymond F., Portland, Maine. Coin rack. 
2,221,072 : Nov. 12. 

Bennett, Robert P., assignor to Bendix Radio Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Radio signaling system. 2,221,939 ; Nov. 

Bennett, Seymour B. (See Atkins, H. J., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Wallis R. (See Heath, S. B., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Willard H., Columbus, Ohio. Making insulating 
materials. 2,206,557 : July 2. 

Bennett, Willard H., Columbus, Ohio. High voltage vacu- 
um tube. 2,206,558 ; July 2. 

Bennett, Willard H., Columbus, assignor to Electronic 
Research Corporation, Newark, Ohio. Rectification sys- 
tem. 2,202,823 ; June 4. 

Bennett, Willard H., assignor to Electronic Research 
Corporation, Newark, Ohio. Electrical inverter. 
2,203,063 ; June 11. 

Bennett, Willard H., assignor to Electronic Research 
Corporation, Newark, Ohio. Rectifier. 2,204,564 : June 
18. , , - 

Bennett, Willard H., assignor to Electronic Research 
Corporation, Newark, Ohio. Electric discharge system. 
2,216,729 ; Oct. 8. " 

Bennett, William, Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y Tele- 
phone system. 2,213,511 ; Sept. 3. 

Bennett, William B., Seagraves, assignor of one-half to 
W. Shaw, Los Angeles, Calif. Planter box. 2,203,771 ; 
June 11. 

Bennett, William G., Epsom, England, assignor to Stand- 
ard Brands Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Extraction 
of sterols. 2,223,398; Dec. 3. 

Bennett, William R., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York N Y 
Signal wave modulation. 2,185,684 ; Jan. 2. 

Bennett, William R., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N Y 
o^oioS^IJ signaling with phase discrimination. 

Bennett, William S. (See Devareaux, Garry E., assignor.) 

Benning, Anthony F. (See Downing, F. B., Benning, and 
Benton.) 

Benninghofen, Paul, et al. (See Doppleb, Albrecht, as- 
signor.) 

Benninghofen, Paul, et al. (See Katz, R., and Waechter 
assignors.) 

Benninghofen, Paul, et al. (See Waechter, Harry J as- 
signor.) ' ' 

Benofsky, Richard W., Oakland, and H. H. Daniels 
Alameda, Calif. Dispensing nozzle. 2,199,947 ; May "! 

Benoit, Constant A., Brooklvn, assignor to Perni'itcx 
Company, Inc., Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. Sealing compo- 
sition. 2,217,723 ; Oct. 15. 

Benoit, Francois P. C, Paris, France. Apparatus for 
projection of molten pulverized bodies. 2,190 326 ■ 
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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Benoit, Joseph P., C. C. Kinker, K. G. Allen, and H. A. 
Rohrich, Alton, 111., and C. W. Schreiber, Toledo, Ohio, 
assignors to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Hydraulic 
machine for molding glass articles. 2,225,898 ; Dec. 
24. 

Benoit, Joseph P., C. C. Kinker, R. G. Allen, and H. A. 
Rohrich, Alton, 111., and C. W. Schreiber, Toledo, Ohio, 
assignors to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Machine 
for molding glass articles. 2,225,899 ; Dec. 24. 

Benoit, Joseph P., L. H. Wideman, Alton, 111., and C. C. 
Kinker, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignors to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. Safety device for glass blow- 
ing machines. 2,227,374 ; Dec. 31. 

Benoit, Leon. (See Brown, A. E., and Vaughan, as- 
signors.) 

Benoit, Oliver A., Lawrence, Mass. Small batch process 
of mixing fibers. 2,195,018 ; Mar. 26. 

Benoit, Oliver A., Lawrence, Mass. Fiber remixing ma- 
chine and process. 2,227,175 ; Dec. 31. 

Benowitz, Max A., Kingston, N. Y. One-piece adjustable 
strap. 2,185,425 ; Jan. 2. 

Bensel Corporation. (See Bensel, Duryea, assignor.) 

Bensel, Duryea, assignor, by mesne assignments, to A. 
Borden, New York, N. Y. Sealing for paperboard con- 
tainers. 2,196,243; Apr. 9. 

Bensel, Duryea, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Can Company, New York, N. Y. Sanitary 
shield for containers. 2,197,739 ; Apr. 16. 

Bensel, Duryea, assignor to Bensel Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Dispensing paper package. 2,200,111 ; 
May 7. 

Bensel, Duryea, assignor, by mesne assignments, to A. 
Borden, New York, N. Y. Bottom fill paperboard con- 
tainer. 2,201,332 ; May 21. 

Bensen, John N., Brooklyn, N. Y. Traffic marker and 
indicium. 2,196,890; Apr. 9. 

Benson, Andrew, Wilmette, 111. Variable speed trans- 
mission. 2,198,471 ; Apr. 23. 

Benson, Arthur R., Berlin, assignor to The W. W. Mil- 
drum Jewel Company, East Berlin, Conn. Guide 
mounting. 2,197,358 ; Apr. 16. 

Benson, Ary A., Los Angeles, Calif. Friction disk for 
multiple disk brakes. 2,190,767 : Feb. 20. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Washing machine 
stand. 2,190,623 ; Feb. 13. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
2,203,664; June 11. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric flatiron. 
2,224,500 ; Dec. 10. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Fan structure. 
2,224,628; Dec. 10. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Washing machine. 
2,224,806 ; Dec. 10. 

Benson, Frank A., Los Angeles, Calif. Suction cleaner. 
2,218,035 ; Oct. 15. 

Benson, George A., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Con- 
tinental Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Closure 
for containers. 2,214,399 ; Sept. 10. 

Benson, George O., assignor to Chisholm-Ryder Co., Inc., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Folding net. 2,202,789 ; May 28. 

Benson, George O., assignor to Chisolm-Ryder Co., Inc., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Handle for fish poles. 2,206,019 ; 
July 2. 

Benson, Jewell R., Manhattan, Kans. Automatic cut-oft 
nozzle for filling tanks and containers. 2,209,219 ; 
July 23. 

Benson, John B., Pittsfield, Mass. Antirattling device. 
2,187,412 ; Jan. 16. 

Benson, Norman D., Iron Mountain, Mich. Cut-out 
switch. 2,226,918 : Dec. 31. 

Benson, Victor A., San Jose, Calif. Barbecue stove. 
2,213,483; Sept. 3. 

Bent, Franklin A., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Process and 
product relating to heteropolar compounds. 2,197,462 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Bent, Franklin A., A. G. Loomis, and H. C. Lawton, 
Berkeley, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Sealing off water bearing forma- 
tions. 2,200,710; May 14. 

Bentley, Bede J. F., Longfield, Kent. England. Securing 
rain water pipes to walls. 2,193.758 ; Mar. 12. 

Bentley Engineering Company Limited. (See Wainwright, 
C. H., Mountain, and Deans, assignors.) 

Bentley, Gjermund P., and J. A. Peterson, Decorah. Iowa 
Implement tripping device. 2,195,355 : Mar. 26 

Bentley, Harold A. (See Barton, B. D., Adney, and 
Bentley.) 

Bentley, Lawrence C, London, assignor to Electric & Musi- 
cal industries, Ltd., Hayes, Middlesex, England. Volt- 
age doubler circuit. 2.203,485 ; June 4. 

Bentley, Lionel, Batley Carr, and E. Garforth, Batley. 
England. Machine for ornamenting bricks. 2,193,916: 
Mar. 19. 

Bentley, Oliver D. H., Norfolk, Mass. Lubricating method 
and "system. 2.217,329 ; Oct. 8. 

Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & Hege- 
raan Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric snap 
switch. 2,188,218; Jan. 23. 



Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & 

Hegeman Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Three 

position electric snap switch. 2,191,364 ; Feb. 20. 
Benton, Cecil R., Vergennes, Vt. Ignition device. 

2,206,073 ; July 2. 
Benton, Fred K., Birmingham, Ala. Blarking machine. 

2,210,197 ; Aug. 6. 
Benton, Harold Z., Glencoe, assignor to Crowe Name 

Plate & Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Cam lock. 

2,200,211 ; May 7. 
Benton, Kenneth H., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electrically insulating a conductor. 

2,215,996; Sept. 14. 
Benton, Lawrence G. (See Downing, F. B., Benning, and 

Benton.) 
Bentson, Henry G. (See Forshee, J. K., Humphreys, and 

Hasney, assignors.) 
Bentz, George B., Bronx, N. Y. Bathroom stool. 

2,193,527 ; Mar. 12. 
Bentz, George B., Bronx, N. Y. Vertically adjustable and 

foldable seat. 2,219,975 ; Oct. 29. 
Bentz, George B., Bronx, N. Y. Garment supporting 

means for chairs. 2,224,247 ; Dec. 10. 
Benz, George R., and C. MacSporran, Detroit, Mich., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Automatic 

valve. 2,219,408 ; Oct. 29. 
Benz, Johannes, Dusseldorf, Germany. Apparatus for 

molding and otherwise handling plastic material. 

2,211,638 ; Aug. 13. 
Benz, Werner, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 

General Electric Company. Amplitude-limiting ampli- 
fier. 2,215,777 ; Sept. 24. 
Benzin, Harry C, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Martin & Schwartz, Inc. Liquid flow 

indicator. 2,219,677 ; Oct. 29. 
Beran, Charles F., Tuckahoe, N. Y., assignor to Celanese 

Corporation of America. Cross-wound package. 

2,197,847; Apr. 23. 
Berard, John B., Providence, R. I. Fluid flow control 

means. 2,213,663 ; Sept. 3. 
Berch, Samuel H. (See Hopkins, Arthur G., assignor.) 
Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, Calif. Packing food 

products and the like. 2,189,512 ; Feb. 6. 
Berchet, Gerard J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of alpha- 

alkyleneimines, e. g., ethylenimine. 2,212,146 ; Aug. 

20. 
Berck, William F., assignor to Ralph N. Brodie Company, 

Oakland, Calif. Control apparatus for liquid meters. 

2,196,805 ; Apr. 9. 
Berck, William F., Hayward, assignor to Ralph N. Brodie 

Company, Oakland, Calif. Variable ratio transmission 

mechanism. 2,196,806 ; Apr. 9. 
Berck, William F., Hayward, assignor to Ralph N. Brodie 

Company, Oakland, Calif. Printing mechanism for me- 
ter counters. 2,204,922; June 18. 
Bercot, Fernand L., Syosset, N. Y. Toilet bowl. 2,200,687 ; 

May 14. 
Berdner, John T., Burlingame, Calif. Game apparatus. 

2.224,334; Dec. 10. 
Bereck, Daniel, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to J. Balton, Balti- 
more, Md. Ice creame cone dispenser. 2,221,466 ; 

Nov. 12. 
Berek, Max, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. b. H., Wetzlar, 

Germany. Optical polarizing system. 2,192,295 ; 

Mar. 5. 
Berenson, Henry J., and L. N. Trudeau, Milwaukee, Wis., 

assignors to E. C. Ives, St. Paul, Minn. Can closure. 

2,221,177 ; Nov. 12. 
Bereskin, Alexander B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Electronic timer 

circuit. 2,206,446 ; July 2. 
Beretta, Alessandro, assignor to "Montecatlnl" Societfi 

Generale per I'lndustria Mineraria e Chimica, Milan, 

Italy. Manufacture of guanldinic derivatives. 

2,195,073 ; Mar. 26. 
Beretta, Filippo, assignor to "Montecatini" Society 

Generale per I'lndustria Mineraria e Chimica, Milan, 

Italy. Preparation of 2-nitronaphthalene-4.8-disul- 

phonic acid. 2,191,820 ; Feb. 27. 
Beretvas, Adalbert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic loom for 

the making of knotted rugs. 2,192,029 ; Feb. 27. 
Berg, Alfred J., and J. O. Huse, U. S. Navy, Portsmouth. 

N. H. Heat exchange element and making same. 

2,196,186 ; Apr. 9. 
Berg, Alfred J., Portsmouth, N. H., and J. O. Huse, 

United States Navy. Spring and making the same. 

2,211,760 ; Aug. 20. 
Berg, Alfred J., Portsmouth, N. H., and J. O. Huse, 

United States Navy. Method of and tool for making 

a spring. 2,211,761 ; Aug. 20. 
Berg, Christian P., Chicago, 111. Slide rule. 2,190,281 ; 

Feb. 13. 
Berg, Edward C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Ace Carton 

Corporation. Carton. 2,199,476 ; Blay 7. 
Berg, Edward N., assignor of one-half to F. F. Schultz, 

Minneapolis, Minn. Draft regulator for chimneys. 

2,188,564 ; Jan. 30. 
Berg, Elaine, Chicago, 111. Hair net. 2.198,425 ; Apr. 23. 
Berg, Elmer W., Berwyii, and E. M. Asbridge, Chicago, 

111., assignors to International Harvester Company. 

Harvester. 2,209,047 ; July 23. 
Berg. Emil G., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-twentieth to E. 

J. Te Pas, deceased, Cleveland, Ohio ; C. A, Te Pas, ad- 
ministratrix. Hair cutting machine. 2,225,581 ; Dec. 

17. 



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Berg, Frederick A., Chicago, 111. Automatic change-over 

for films. 2,213,66-4; Sept. 3. 
Berg, Fridtjof. (See Berg, Richard O., S., and F.) 
Berg, Hans S., Ventura, Calif. Lubricator. 2,210,478 ; 

Aug. 6. 
Berg, Harold, Pierre, S. Dak. Collimator. 2,220,389 ; 

Nov. 5. 
Berg, Henry A., Jr., Pittsburgh, assignor of one-third to 

L. L. Guthrie, Butler, Pa., and one-third to C. A. 

Roeder, St. Louis, Mo. Automobile headlight control. 

2,219,976; Oct. 29. 
Berg, Herbert, Burghausen, assignor to Chemische For- 

schungsgesellschaft m. b. H., Munich, Germany. Syn- 
thetic product. 2,194,350 ; Mar. 19. 
Berg, Herbert, and II. Heim, Burghausen, Upper Bavaria, 

and F. Leiss, assignors to Alexander Wacker Gesell- 

schaft fiir Elektrochemische Industrie, G. m. b. H., 

Munich, Bavaira, Germany. Producing monovinyl 

acetylene. 2,222,394 ; Nov. 19. 
Berg, Herbert, and A. von Putzer Reybegg, 

Upper Bavaria, assignors to Chemische 

gesellschaft m. b. H., Munich, Germany. 

mers of vinyl acetals. 2,224,663 ; Dec. 10. 
Berg, Louis B., assignor to Borg-Warner Corporation, 

Chicago, 111. Supporting stand. 2,215,685 ; Sept. 24. 
Berg, Quentin, Canton, assignor to The Hoover Company, 

North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,218,161 ; Oct. 

15. 
Berg, Richard 0. and S., assignors to Michigan Steel Tube 

Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Tube cut-off appa- 
ratus. 2,186,061 ; Jan. 9. 
Berg, Richard O., S., and F., assignors to Michigan Steel 

Tube Products Co., Detroit, Mich. Muffler. 2,186,062 ; 

Jan. 9. 
Berg, Sidney H. (See Beizer, Harold H., assignor.) 
Berg, Simon. (See Berg, Richard O. and S.) 
Berg, Simon. (See Berg, Richard O., S., and F.) 
Berg, Walter G. (See Irwin, Milton, assignor.) 
Bergan, Kenneth N., and W. O. Skarshaug, Decorah, Iowa. 

Musical tuning instrument. 2,207,450 • July 9. 
Bergan, Martin D. (See Thomas 6. C, Jr., and Bergan.) 
Bergan, Martin D., Linden, assignor to The Thomas & 
_ _.. . .. „ - Wire connector. 2,198,262; 



Burghausen, 
Forschungs- 
Mixed poly- 



assignor to The 
Coated fitting. 



Thomas & 
2,223,202 ; 



Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J, 

Apr. 23. 
Bergan, Martin D., Linden, 

Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J 

Nov. 26. 
Berger, Adolph L., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic regulator. 

2,216,699 ; Oct. 1. 
Berger, Adolph L., Dayton, Ohio. Exhaust manifold. 

2,217,664 ; Oct. 15. 
Berger, Arthur, Oberturkheim, assignor to Daimler-Benz 

Aktiengesellschaft, Stutgart-Unterturkheim, Germany. 

Hydraulic transmission for automotive purposes. 

2,186,748: Jan. 9. 
Berger, Arthur. Oberturklieim, near Stuttgart, assignor 

to Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unter- 

turkheim. Germany. Internal combustion engine. 

2,202,643 ; May 28. 
Berger, Arthur, Stuttgart-Oberturldieim, assignor to 

Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturk- 

heim, Germany. Hydraulic transmission control. 

2,223,715 ; Dec. 3. 
Berger Brothers Company, The. (See Versoy, Irving B., 

assignor.) 
Berger, Edwin, assignor to Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & 

Gen.. Jena, Germany. Heat-absorbing glass. 

2,194.784 : Mar. 26. 
Berger, Emil H. (See Hildebrand, O. G., and Berger.) 
Berger. Emil J., Hatfield, assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 

Mills, Lansdale, Pa. Knitting machine. 2,207,606 ; 

July 9. 
Berger, Emil J., Hatfield, assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 

Mills, Lansdale, Pa. Machine for producing fiat-knitted 

reinforced fabrics. 2,211,315 ; Aug. 13. 
Berger, Emil J., Hatfield, assignor to Dexdale Hosiery 

."^lills, Lansdale, Pa. Stocking production. 2,224,029 ; 

Dec. 3. 
Berger, Frederick C, Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 

Strand winding machine. 2,185,883 ; Jan. 2. 
Berger, Fritz, Pasadena, Calif. Water bag. 2,201,424; 

May 21. 
Berger, Harold W., Omaha, Nebr. Dispenser for paper 

sheets. 2,207,475 ; July 9. 
Berger, Harry, New York, N. Y. Garment. 2,223,157 ; 

Nov. 26. 
Berger, Hellmuth. (See Kunz, H., and Berger.) 
Berger, Henry G. (See Badertscher, D. E., Berger, and 

Seger.) 
Berger, Henry G., Woodbury, W. H., James Wenonah, and 

D. E. Badertscher, Woodbury. N. J., assignors to So- 

cony-Tacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York. 

N. Y. Reaction products of ortho-phosphitobenzoyl 

chloride and making same. 2,205,337 ; June 18. 
Berger, Henry G., R. S. George, and E. M. Nygaard, 

Woodbury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Com- 

panv, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Diesel fuel. 

2,206..'i94 : July 2. 
Berger, Herbert R.. Brooklyn, assignor to J. F. Jelenko 

& Co.. Inc., New York, N. Y. Dental casting apparatus. 

2.209,381 ; July 30. 
Berger. John H., ^Vhite Plains, assignor to American 

Cyanamid Company. New York, N. Y. Abrasive and 

producing same. 2,209,292 ; July 23. 



Berger, Julius, Berlin-Wilhelmsruhe, Germany. Pipe 
coupling. 2,208,286 ; July 16. 

Berger, Julius, Berlin-Wilhelmsruh, and R. Kaiser, Berlin- 
Hohenneuendorf, Germany, assignors to Michigan Pat- 
ents Corporation, Jackson, Mich. Pipe and hose union. 
2,219,218 ; Oct. 22. 

Berger, Julius, Berlin-Wilhelmsruh, and R. Kaiser, Berlin- 
Hohenneuendorf, Germany, assignors to Michigan Pat- 
ents Corporation, Jackson, Mich. Tool for fixing hose 
unions. 2,226,702 ; Dec. 31. 

Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Engine starter. 2,196,969 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Berger, Mannie, Plainfield, N. J. Partition system. 
2,226,965; Dec. 31. 

Berger, Marion E., Lewistown, Mo. Pulley block. 
2,202,184 ; May 28. 

Berger, Martin, Dresden-Freital, Germany. Continuously 
variable friction wheel change speed gear. 2,186,662 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Berger, Rudolph, and H. N. Ricket, assignors to The 
American Specialty Company, Amherst, Ohio. Method 
of and apparatus for washing vegetables. 2,205,131 ; 
June 18. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Toy vehicle. 2,201,148 : 
May 21. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. 
2,216,899 ; Oct. 8. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. 
2,218,513 ; Oct. 22. 

Berger, Uriah S., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratoriea, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Measuring devices. 
2,216,730 ; Oct. 8. 

Berger, Uriah S., New York, and A. E. Melhose, St 
Albans, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, la- 
corporated. New York, N. Y. Convoy current timing 
arrangement. 2,207,711 ; July 16. 

Berger, Uriah S., New York, N. Y., and A. M. Curtis, 
South Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New Yorlr, N. Y. Circuit con- 
troller. 2,220,883 ; Nov. 12. 

Berger, Walter. (See Pier, M., Simon, and Berger. J 

Bergerioux, Reng, Mennecy, assignor to G. Bardin, Tonr- 
nus (Saone-et-Loire), France. Container provided with 
a flexible diaphragm for dispensing materials, 

Bergeron, Alfred, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Piston ring. 

Bergeron, Frank L., Burlington, Vt. Fastener for screens 
and storm windows. 2,223,883 ; Dee. 3. 

Berges, Donald M., Alpine, N. J., assignor to Bendtx 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Engine start- 
ing mechanism. 2,207,652 ; July 9. 

Berges, Donald M., Alpine, N. J., assignor 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind 
synchronizing system. 2,213,358; Sept. 3. 

Berges, Donjild M., Alpine, N^ J., assignor to Bendix 



Toy roundabout. 
Toy. 2,218,065; Oct 
Mechanical toy. 



to Bendix 
Electrical 



Electrical ap- 



capacity 



Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind 
paratus. 2,223,088 ; Nov. 26. 

Bergey, Frank A., Detroit, Mich. Variable 
atomizer. 2,223,055 ; Nov. 26. 

Bergfeldt, Julius V., New Britain, Conn. Grinding ma- 
chine. 2,222,580; Nov. 19. 

Bergfors, Gordon, New York, N. Y., assignor to Exercycl* 
Corporation. Exercising machine. 2,221,962 ; Nov 19 

Berggren, Charles W. (See Berggren, Gustave W., as- 
signor.) 

Berggren, Gustave W., assignor to C. W. Berggren 
^i^.^H^^' ^; Y. Portable piston groover and facer! 
2,194,686 ; Mar. 26. 

Berggruen, Herbert, Bronx, N. Y. Sole and heel applica- 
tor. 2,206,153 ; July 2. 

Berghaus, Bernhard. (See Hagedorn, Gerhard, assignor.* 

Berghaus, Bernhard. (See Zapf, Gerhard, assignor.) 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany; said Burkhardt assignor 
to said Berghaus. Metallization of metal articles by 
cathode disintegration. 2,200,909 ; May 14. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlin Grunewald, Germany, said Burkhardt assignor 
to said Berghaus. Electronic discharge tube. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany ; said Burkhardt assignor to 
said Berghaus. Apparatus for cathode disintegration. 
2,206,020 ; July 2. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, W. Burkhardt 
Berlin-Grunewald, and R. Reinecke, Berlin-Lankwitz, 
Germany ; said Burkhardt and said Reinecke assignors 
to said Berghaus. Leading-in insulator. 2,219,611- 
Oct. 29. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany ; said Burkhardt assignor 
to said Berghaus. Electric reaction furnace. 2,219 612 ■ 
Oct 29. ... 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany ; said Burkhardt assignor 

o°oi^<?'i'-.o-^''!^^'PHfA Cathode disintegration apparatus. 
/,zly,bl3 ; Oct. 29. 
Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt 
Berlm-Grunewald, Germany ; said Burkhardt assignor 

i%-,a''k^i i ^l^^}'''^^- Electrical discharge apparatus. 
^,^19,014 ; Oct. Jy. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt, 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany ; said Burkhardt assignor to 
said Berghaus. Electrical discharge apparatus. 
2,219,615 ; Oct. 29. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt, 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany, said Burkhardt assignor 
to Berghaus. Sintering hard substances in vacuum. 
2,227,176 : Dec. 31. 

Berghaus, Bernhard, Berlin-Lankwitz, and W. Burkhardt, 
Berlin-Grunewald, Germany, said Burkhardt assignor 
to said Berghaus. Sintering metal. 2,227,177 ; Dec. 31. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New YorK, N. x. 
Refrigeration. 2,201,362; May 21. 

Bergholm, Hari-y K., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Ketrigerator. 2,211,713 ; Aug. 13. 

Bergkvist, Ernst R., and K. H. Eriksson, Orsa, Sweden. 
Ax provided with a swingable head adapted to be 
locked in different positions. 2,193,708 ; Mar. 12. 

Berglund, Charles V., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,188,4.52; Jan. 30. 

Berglund, Karl T., assignor to Sandvikens Jernverks 
Aktiehohig, Sandviken, Sweden. Alloy steel. 2,199,096; 
Apr. .30. 

Berglund, Karl T., assignor to Sandvikens Jernverks Ak- 
tiebolag, Sandviken, Sweden. Alloy steel. 2,201,425 ; 
May 21. 

Bergman, Ed, New York, assignor to Art Steel Company, 
Inc., Bronx, N. Y. Sectional cabinet. 2,203,716 ; June 

Bergman, John A., deceased. North Bergen, N. J., A. Herr- 
man, administrator. Illuminated sign. 2,216,261 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Torsional vibration dampener. 
2,220,751 ; Nov. 5. 

Bergmann, Carl A., assignor to W. D. Mann, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Filter. 2,197,120; Apr. 16. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Feeding mechanism for shaker 
or jigging conveyers. 2,186,472 ; Jan. 9. 

Bergmann, Paul F. (See Johnson, C. E., and Bergmann.) 

Bergmann, Richard F. (See Torrence, G. P., Bergmann, 
and Knebusch, assignors.) 

Bergmann, Richard F. (See Torrence, G. P., Bergmann, 
and Walters.) 

Bergmann, Richard F., Lakewood, C. C. Walters, Cleve- 
land, and F. J. Samerdyke, Rocky River, assignors to 
Industrial Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Drive 
mechanism for twister frames. 2,203,665 ; June 11. 

Bergmans, Jan, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfab- 
rieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Optical system. 
2,187,071 ; Jan. 16. 

Bergmans, Jan, P. M. van Alphen, and H. van der Veen, 
assignors to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken. Eind- 
hoven, Netherlands. Optical system. 2,192,886 ; Mar. 

12. 
Bergmans, Jan, C. A. Lamberts, and J. H. F. van Werd, 
Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignors to General Electric 
Company. Electric incandescent lamp. 2,216,223 ; 
Oct. 1. 
Bergner, Johanna. (See Kraft, J. E., and Bergner.) 
Bergquist, Carl, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Corn 
Products Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Confec- 
tion and making same. 2,193,470 ; Mar. 12. 
Bergquist, Nils O., Stockholm, Sweden. Device for deter- 
mining the inclination of an axle to two different planes. 
2,194,995; Mar. 26. 
Bergren, Hazel. (See Franco, S. J., and Bergren.) 
Bergstein, Edna M., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 



Samuel, assignor.) 
Bergstein, Frank D., 

Samuel, assignor.) 
Bergstein, Robert M, 



et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Lined display 
box and packaging therein. 2,200,818 ; May 14. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine and 
method for package closure. 2,206,761 ; July 2. 

Bergstein, Robert M., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 
Samuel, assignor.) . ^ ,^ ^ 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Making infolded 
knockdown boxes. 2,198,855 ; Apr. 30. . , , , , 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Making infolded 
knockdown boxes. 2,200,238 ; May 7. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Forming egg car- 
tons. 2,211,488 ; Aug. 13. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Robert M. Bergstein, Cincinnati, Ohio, and F. D. Berg- 
stein, trustees. Box with lid attached and making 
the same. 2,210,443 ; Aug. 6. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, assignor to E. M. and 
R M. Bergstein, Cincinnati, Ohio, as trustees. Inter- 
locked box. 2,217,503; Oct. 8. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. M. Bergstein, Cincinnati, Ohio, and 
F D. Bergstein, as trustees. Making knockdown 
boxes. 2,217,504 : Oct. 8. 

Bergstrom Axel, Lidingo, assignor to Aktiebolaget Tinibro, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Headlight for vehicles. 
2,186,951; Jan. 16. 

Bergstrom, Carl O., assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Com- 
nanv. Boston, Mass. Pressure ventilating system. 
2,197,740; Apr. 16. 



Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Center stop- 
motion for looms. 2,226,235 ; Dec. 24. 
Bergstrom, Johan E., Halmstad, Sweden. Centerless 

grinding machine. 2,210,137 ; Aug. 6. 
Beria, Biagio, assignor to Societa Anonima OfHclne Dl 
Villar Perosa, Turin, Italy. Totalizer for calculating 
machines and cash registers with carrying mechanism. 
2,197,291 ; Apr. 16. 
Berkebil, Lee, assignor to B. W. Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Wire reducing machine. 
2,189,876 ; Feb. 13. 
Berkeley, Frederick D., Ossining, and J. A. Gibb, New 
Rochelle, assignors to The Lummus Company, New 
York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 2,223,311 ; Nov. 26. 
Berker, Ralph C, Hoxie, R. I. Gill screw. 2,208,318 ; 

July 16. 
Berkey, William E^ assignor to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
tric discharge apparatus. 2,201,003 ; May 14. 
Berkey, William E., Forest Hills, Pa., and J. W. McNall, 
East Orange, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Company, Bast Pittsburgh, Pa. Di- 
rect current welding with tube control. 2,221,669 ; 
Nov. 12. 
Berkheimer, Benjamin P., Greenville, Ohio. Stove. 

2,217,505 ; Oct. 8. 
Berkley, Earl E., Arlington, Va., and G. E. Frost, Alton, 
111., assignors to Western Cartridge Company, East 
Alton, 111. Explosive. 2,211,737 ; Aug. 13. 
Berkman, Boris, assignor to Milkweed Products Devel- 
opment Corporation, Chicago, 111. Milkweed floss lib- 
eration. 2,223,543 ; Dec. 3. 
Berkman, Herbert A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zim Manu- 
facturing Company. Iron holder for ironing boards. 
2,193,414 ; Mar. 12. 
Berkoben, August, Forest Hills, and E. A. Moritz, East 
McKeesport, Pa. Swing support. 2,210,522; Aug. 6. 
Berkowitz Envelope Company. (See Berkowitz, Eugene 

B., assignor.) 
Berkowitz, Eugene B., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Envelope. 2,207,142 ; 
July 9. 
Berkstresser, Charles S., Lacoochee, assignor to Cummer 
Sons Cypress Company, Jacksonville, Fla. Apparatus 
for making containers. 2,202,082 ; May 28. 
Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa. Purification of sulphur di- 
oxide-containing technical gases obtained from roast- 
ing. 2,204,543 ; June 18. 
Berlanstein, Milton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bookbinding appa- 
ratus. 2,227,213 ; Dec. 31. 
Berlin, David W., Rasunda, Sweden. Automatically vari- 
able change speed gear device. 2.198,753 ; Apr. 30. 
Berlin, Donovan R., Eggertsville, N. Y., assignor to CJurtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Wing and fuselage construction. 
, 2,211,089 ; Aug. 13. 

Berlin, Donovan R., Eggertsville, N. Y., assignor to Cur- 
tiss-Wright Corporation. Engine cowling and cooling. 
2,221,905; Nov. 19. 
Berlin, Donovan R., Eggertsville, N. Y., assignor to 
Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Airplane. 2,225,094 ; Dec. 
17. 
Berlin, Julius. (See Stoddard, W. B., and Berlin.) 
Berlin, Ludwig W. (See Sehlichenmaier, H., and Berlin.) 
Berliner. Henry A., Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Engineering and Research Corp., River- 
dale, Md. Metal forming machine. 2.205.079 ; June 18. 
Berliner, Henry A., Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Engineering and Research Corporation, 
Riverdale, Md. Variable pitch propeller. 2,225.408 ; 
Dec. 17. 
Berliner, Julius F. T., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company. Wilmington, Del. Making porous struc- 
tures. 2.191.555; Feb. 27. 
Berling, Philip E. (See Bregou, L. V., and Berling.) 
Berluti, Ercole R., Saginaw, Mich. Trailer hitch. 

2,204,882 ; June 18. 
Berman, Aaron R., Chester, Pa. Boot or covering for 
universal joints of drive shafts of various motor ve- 
hicles. 2,210,847 ; Aug. 6. 
Herman, Elsie L., et al. (See Berman, Oscar A., assignor.) 
Berman, Jean S., et al. (See Berman, Oscar A., assignor.) 
Berman, Nina A., et al. (See Berman, Oscar A., as- 
signor.) 
Berman, Oscar A., New York, N. Y., assignor to O. A. 
Berman, as trustee for E. L., N. A., and J. S. Berman. 
Fastening device. 2,195,385 ; Mar. 26. 
Berman, Phoebus, et al., trustees. (See Chaney, A. L., 

and Lammersen.) 
Berman, Sam, Chicago, 111. Duplicating machine. 

2,215,495 ; Sept. 24. 
Berman, Samuel, Bayonne, N. J., assignor of twentv-five 
percent to A. A. Melniker. Rectifier. 2,221,773 ; Nov. 
19. 
Berman, Samuel, Bayonne, assignor to Standard Electric 
Hammer Co., Jersey City, N. J. Electric hammer. 
2,225,967; Dec. 24. 
Bermann, Hugo, Jersey City, N. J. Eye exercising device. 

2,224,776 ; Dec. 10. 
Bermingham Small Arms Company Limited, The. (See 

Tait, John N. H., assignor.) 
Bernard, Ernest, Chicago, 111. Absorption dynanometer. 

2,188,398 ; Jan. 30. 
Bernard, Jean, Paris, Prance. Alagneto. 2,198,754; 
Apr. 30. 



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Bernard, William V., El Cerrito, Calif. Rod bender. 
2,192,428 ; Mar. 5. 

Bprnardon, Marcellin E. R., assignor to Societe Anonyme 
des Pceumatiques Dunlop, Paris, France. Tractor 
wheel. 2,191,950 : Feb. 27. 

Bernat, Emile, &. Sons Co. (See Olken, D., and Bernat, 
assignors.) 

Bernat, George. (See Olken, D., and Bernat.) 

Bernay, Henri B., New York, N. Y. Pruning implement. 
2,195,045 ; Mar. 26. 

Bornd, Adolf, assignor to Filter Tips Limited, London, 
England. Manufacture of cigarettes. 2,194,378 ; Mar. 
19. 

Berndt, Alexander J., Union City, assignor to J. Gabriel, 
West New York, N. J. Support. 2,196,891 ; Apr. 9. 

Berndt, Alexander J., Union City, assignor to J. Gabriel, 
West New York, N. J. Support. 2,196,892 ; Apr. 9. 

Berndt, Arthur A., and H. C. Nycuni, assignors to Elec- 
troline Company, Chicago, 111. Composite strand con- 
nector. 2,209,620 ; July 30. 

Berndt, Hans R. (See Schulz, R. E. C, and Berndt.) 

Berndt-Maurer Corp., The. (See Maurer, John A., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Berndt, Ralph H., Detroit, Mich. Device for locating and 
recovering sunken articles. 2,198,755 ; Apr. 30. 

Berndt, Walter, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Di- 
rection finder loop. 2,201,807 ; May 21. 

Berndt, Walter, Berlin, assignor to Telefunken Gesell- 
schaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Ger- 
many. Loop antenna. 2,202,368; May 28. 

Berne-Allen, Allan, Jr., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Production of filamentary structures. 2,210,161 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Berneker, Amelia C, et al. (See Weaver, James C, as- 
signor.) 

Berner, Robert B., assignor to Hetherington & Berner 
Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Portable asphalt mixing plant 
construction. 2,200,589 ; May 14. 

Berner, Theodore, Brooklyn, N. Y. Advertising device. 
2,193,958 ; Mar. 19. 

Bernhard, Albrecht, and G. Beyrlch, Nuremberg, Ger- 
many, and M. Aron, Vienna, Austria, assignors to 
Jletrawatt Aktiengesellschaft, Fabrik Elektrischer 
Messgeraete, Nuremberg, Germany. Photoelectric ex- 
posure meter with several ranges of measurement. 
2,202.441 ; May 28. 

Bernhard, Benjamin S., Boston, Mass., assignor to The 
American Hardware Corporation, New Britain, Conn. 
Hinge. 2,205,786 ; .Tune 25. 

Bernhard, John B., Union City, N. J., assignor to Phoenix 
Steel Boiler Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Heating 
apparatus. 2,210,830 ; Aug. 6. 

Bernhard, Richard. (See Cheesman, R. D., and Bern- 
hard.) 

Bernhard, Richard, assignor to Traylor Engineering and 
Manufacturing Company, Allentown, Pa. Swing jaw 
mounting. 2,210,790 ; Aug. 6. 

Bernhard, Richard, assignor to Traylor Engineering and 
Manufacturing Company, Allentown, Pa. Yielding 
suspension for vertical crusher shafts. 2,218,783 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Bernhard, Rudolf K., State College, Pa. Testing appara- 
tus. 2,206,386 ; July 2. 

Bernhardt, Matthias R., Lenoir, N. C. Electrical race 
track. 2,188,619 ; Jan. 30. 

Bernhardt, Roy, assignor to M and M Wood Working 
Company, Portland, Oreg. Panel. 2,220,596 ; Nov. 5. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Sprayer. 2,185,534 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Spraying device. 
2,208,067 ; July 16. 

Bernheim, Roger, assignor to SociStS Cinoza, Soci^t^ 
Anonyme, Paris, France. Process and device for the 
reproduction of fixed density sound records. 2.205,513 ; 
June 25. 

Eernheimer, Philip N. (See Cooper, Thomas B., as- 
signor.) 

Bernholtz, John S., Carroll, Iowa. Door closer. 
2,187,109: Jan. 16. 

Bernier, Adler H., Detroit, Mich. Coaster brake. 
2,186,816; Jan. 9. 

Bernier, Antonine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Screen for 
vehicle windows. 2,223,477 ; Dec. 3. 

Bernier, Wilfrid L.. Gardner, Mass. Detachable heel. 
2.212,655 : Aug. 27. 

Bernis, Julius, Maiden, assignor of one-half to J. S. 
Butman, Lynn, Mass. Box. 2,209,593 ; July 30. 

Berns, Mel. (See Satz, F., and Berns.) 

r.emsee. Herbert G. (See Mueller, R. W.. and Bernsee.) 

Bernstein, Herman, Brooldyn, N. Y. Eyelash curler. 
2.214,318; Sept. 10. 

Bernstein, Jacob, Omaha, Nebr. Tank mounting. 
2,199,737 ; May 7. 

Bernstein, Joseph R., Chicago, 111. Shoe stud. 2,207,476 ; 
July 9. 

Bernstein, Leiba, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for re- 
moving dust from air or other gases. 2,215,574 ; Sept. 
24. 

Bernstein, Philip, Brooklyn, assignor to Press Wireless, 
Inc.. Chicago, HI. Electro-optical method and appara- 
tus. 2.399.066 ; Apr. 30. 



Bernstein, Philip, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Press Wire- 
less, Inc., Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph motor con- 
trol method and apparatus. 2,214,572 ; Sept. 10. 

Bernstein, Wilburn P. (See Heinze, W. A., and Bern- 
stein.) 

Bernstein, Wilburn F. (See Victor, J. H., and Bernstein.) 

Bernstein, Wilburn F., Brookfield, assignor to Victor 
Manufacturing & Gasket Company, Chicago, 111. Oil 
seal diaphragm. 2,210,748 ; Aug. 6. 

Bernstein, Wilburn F., Brookfield, assignor to Victor Man- 
ufacturing & Gasket Company, Chicago, 111. Flexible 
oil seal. 2.213,116 ; Aug. 27. 

Bernstein, Wilburn F., Brookfield, and P. J. Blttermann, 
Chicago, 111. Carburetor construction. 2,211,552 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Bernstein, William E., Parsippany Troy Hills Township, 
Morris County, assignor of one-half to O. Bonomi, 
Boonton, N. J. Door holder. 2,199,369 ; Apr. 30. 

Berolsky, Isadore M., Worcester, Mass. Soldering pliers. 
2,226,194 ; Dec. 24. 

Beronius. Harry V. (See Jardine, A. D., and Beronius.) 

Berres, Carl. (See Miiller, W., and Berres.) 

Berrv, Charles M., Inglewood, Calif. Vocamonlca. 
2,197,993; Apr. 23. 

Berry, Charles R., Greenville, Miss., assignor to Cotton 
Harvester Corporation of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cot- 
ton picker. 2,200,464 ; May 14. 

Berrv, Charles R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Gamble, 
Greenville, Miss. Cotton picker. 2,224,285 ; Dec. 10. 

Berr.y, Charles R., assignor of one-half to H. A. Gamble, 
Greenville, Miss. Cotton picker. 2,224,286 ; Dec. 10. 

Iterrv, David M., deceased, by E. M. Berry, administra- 
trix, Oakland, Calif. Safety wringer. 2,217,304 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Suction roll. 2,199,455 ; May 7. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Pressure and vacuum forming papermaking machine. 
2,202390 ; June 4. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Horizontal press roll assembly. 2,209,756 ; July 



Wis. 
30. 
Berry, 
Wis. 



Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Felt arrangement for horizontal press roll as- 
semblies. 2,209,757 ; July 30. 
Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Felt arrangement for horizontal press rolls. 2,209,758 ; 
July 30. 
Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Absorbent press roll assembly. 2,209,759 ; July 



Wis. 

30. 
Berry, 

Wis. 
Berry, 

Wis. 



Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 

Suction press roll assembly. 2,209,760 ; July 30. 

Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 

Process and apparatus for drying webs. 

2,209,761 ; July 30. 
Berry, Ernest V., Los Angeles, Calif. Making bearings. 

2,198,074; Apr. 23. 
Berry, Eugene G. (See Reimuller, C. L., and Berry.) 
Berry, Eugene G. (See Williams, W. M., and Berry.) 
Berry, Eugene G., assignor to B. F. Gump Co., Chicago, 

111. Air lock for a sifter. 2,213,035 ; Aug. 27. 
Berry, Eugene G., A. J. Hazle, Jr., and W. M. Williams, 

assignors to B. F. Gump Co., Chicago, 111. Apparatus 

for preparing granular coffee. 2,202,891 : June 4. 
Berry, Eugene G., and W. M. Williams, assignors to B. F. 

Gump Co., Chicago, 111. Cereal grinding mill. 

2,202392 ; June 4. 
Berry, Eva M., administratrix. (See Berry, David M.) 
Berry, Harold O., and T. W. Kappler, assignors to 

Florence Stove Co., Gardner, Mass. Stove with baffle. 

2,196,490 ; Apr. 9. 
Berry, Harry J., Albany, Calif., assignor of one-third to 

E. R. Rhodes, Jr., and one-third to W. C. Nichols. 

Pumping system. 2,206.447 ; July 2. 
Berry, Henry J., Detroit, Mich. Cutting head. 2,214,449 ; 

Sept. 10. 
Berry, Hugh R., Alton, 111., assignor to Shell Development 

Company, San Francisco, Calif. Refining of naphthenic 

acids. 2,200,711 ; May 14. 
Berry, John, Johannesburg, Transvaal. Union of South 

Africa. Fixing or securing clips or devices for sealing 

cartons or containers. 2,224,841 : Dec. 10. 
Berry, Leland L., assignor to Erie Resistor Corporation, 

Erie, Pa. Machine for die-castiug frames on fragile 

insert.s. 2.193,787; Mar. 19. 
Berry, Otto C, Ann Arbor, Mich. Piston. 2,221,535 ; 

Nov. 12. 
Berry, Paul F., Columbus, Ohio. Fastening device. 

2,215,385 ; Sept. 17. 
Berry, Reni S., assignor to S. J. Levy, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Match book cover. 2,199.010: iA!nv 7. 
Berry, Robert E., San Leandro, Calif., assignor to Morton 

Salt Company, Chicago, 111. Iodized salt. 2,205,872 ; 

June 2.'). 
Berry, Theodore M., Sclieuectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Weft straightening apparatus. 

2.196.893; Apr. 9. 
Beny, Theodore M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Apparatus for straightening 

Movpn m.nterial. 2.208,447; July 16. 
Berry, Theodore M., Schenectadv. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Weft straightener. 2,209,220 ; 

July 23. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 19-10 



Berry, Thomas D., Coffeyville, Kans. Door closer. 
2,198,402 ; Apr. 23. 

Berry, Thompson M., New Orleans, La. Bell crank motor. 
2,206,871 ; July 9. 

Berry, Wilbert P., Kansas City, Kans. Steering system 
for automobiles. 2,203,810 ; June 11. 

Berryman, Edwin J., Grass Valley, and J. B. Newsom, 
Nevada City, assignors to Idaho Maryland Mines Cor- 
poration, San Francisco, Calif. Mine shaft equipment. 
2,194,134 ; Mar. 19. 

Berryman, Grover C, Los Angeles, Calif. Forming 
pneumatic tires. 2,204,468 ; June 11. 

Berryman, Harry H., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Heating and lighting equipment. 
Ee. 21,576 ; Sept. 24. 

Berst-Forster-Dixfield Co. (See Kahe, Samuel E., as- 
signor.) 

Berstler, Carl E., Reading, assignor of fifteen one-hun- 
dredths to R. T. Scull, Wyomissing HiUs, fifteen one- 
hundredths to J. T. Bair, Reading, fifteen one-hun- 
dred ths to A. W. Golden, Wyomissing, and fifteen one- 
hundredths to G. S. Weinerth, Reading, Pa. Spark 
plug. 2,208,178 ; July 16. 

Bersworth, Frederick C, Verona, assignor to The Martin 
Dennis Company, Newark, N. J. Producing complex 
metal amine salts. 2,188,746 ; Jan. 30. 

Bertele, Ludwig, et al. (See Beck, Ludwig, assignor.) 

Bertele, Ludwig. (See Rantsch, K., Bertele, and Merz.) 

Bertele, Ludwig, assignor to Zeiss Ikon Aktiengesellschaft, 
Dresden, Germany. Lens system. 2,186,621 ; Jan. 9 ; 

Bertele, Ludwig, assignor to Zeiss Ikon Aktiengesselsehaft, 
Dresden, Germany. Lens system. 2,186,621 ; Jan. 9. 

Bertele, Ludwig, Dresden-Tolkewitz, assignor to Zeiss 
Ikon Aktiengesellschaft, Dresden, Germany. Photo- 
graphic objective. 2,188,523 ; Jan. 30. 

Bertell, Paul. (See La Hodny, W., and Bertell.) 

Bertetti, John W., Galveston, Tex., assignor to Pan 
American Refining Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Catalyst revivification. 2,215,868 ; Sept. 24. 

Berthelsen, Erhard U. T., assignor to Illinois Tool Works, 
Chicago, 111. Gear and method of making. 2,206,831 ; 
July 2. 

Berthiaume, Joseph, Lawrence, Mass. Sled brake. 
2,188,030 ; Jan. 23. 

Berthiaume, Wilfrid, and A. Metail, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Oil burner. 2,212,004 ; Aug. 20. 

Berthold, Erich, and J. Mueller, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, Germany, assignors to General Aniline & Film 
Corporation. Vat dyestufEs of the anthraquinone series. 
2,200,324; May 14. 

Berthold, Erich, and W. Rohland, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, Germany, assignors to General Aniline & Film 
Corporation. Production of meta-diaza compounds. 
2,212,928 ; Aug. 27. 

Berthold, Hans, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktien- 

fesellschaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Direction 
nding radio system. 2,188,071 : Jan. 23. 

Berthold, Hans, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Lorenzweg, Germany. Radio 
direction finding system. 2,223,056 ; Nov. 26. 

Berthold, Walter K., Rockville, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Jlachine for mak- 
ing purely pressed glassware. 2,207,676 ; July 9. 

Bertino, Fred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ink bottle. 2,216,900 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Bertling, Francis E., Spokane, Wash. Tie and shirt 
garter. 2,210,275 ; Aug. 6. 

Bertold, Fritz, Berlin-Niederschoneweide, assignor to 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Plug and socket for coaxial lines. 2,226,690 ; Dec. 31. 

Bertram, Bert C, Sayre, Pa. Draft control. 2,222,501 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Bertram, Bert C, Sayre, Pa. Draft control. 2,222,502; 
Nov. 19. 

Bertram, Paul E., Crystal Lake, 111. Line tightener. 
2,188,937 ; Feb. 6. 

Bertrams, Elsa E., assignor to Kabo Corset Co., Chicago, 
111. Foundation garment. 2,190,916 ; Feb. 20. 

Bertran, Benjamin E., assignor of one-half to J. A. 
Bertran, Los Angeles, Calif. Shoring bell bottom pile 
holes. 2,203,978 ; June 11. 

Bertran, Edward M., assignor to Engineering and Re- 
search Corp., Washington, D. C. Variable pitch pro- 
peller. 2,196,654; Apr. 9. 

Bertran, Josie A. (See Bertran, Benjamin E., assignor.) 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Method of and apparatus for fitting soles. 
2,186,161 ; Jan. 9. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Channeling machine. 2,216,153 ; Oct. 1. 

Bertrand, Jean P., Paris, France. Polychrome photog- 
raphy. 2,200,018; May 7. 

Bertsche, Ralph, Jr. (See White, J., and Bertsche.) 

Bertschi, Jacob. (See Barrett, E. L., and Bertschl.) 

Berwick, Albert G. (See Berwick, Frederick W and A. G.) 

Berwick, Frederick W. and A. G., Streatham, London, 
England, assignors to The De Laval Separator Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Device for delivering measured 
quantities of liquids. 2,198,524 ; Apr. 23. 



Berwick, Frederick W. and A. G., Streatham, London, 
England, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The De 
Laval Separator Company, New York, N. Y. Device 
for dispensing liquids. 2,201,808; May 21. 

Beryllium Corporation, The. (See Gahagan, Andrew J., 
assignor.) 

Beryllium Corporation, The. (See Stott, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

Besag, Ernst, Baden-Baden, Germany. Releasing device 
for electric switches. 2,199,477 ; May 7. 

Besal, Joseph A. (See Knode, O. M., Nesal, and Thor- 
man.) 

Besaw, Clarence R., assignor to Goddard & Goddard Com- 
pany, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Milling cutter. 2,207,909 ; 
July 16. 

Beschkine, Leon, assignor to Entreprise Rouzaud et fils, 
Paris, France. Roof. 2,208,492; July 16. 

Beseler, Fred C, Shreveport, La. Hanger for signs or 
other objects. 2,186,280 ; Jan. 9. 

Besler, William J., Plainfield, N. J., and S. J. Whitlock, 
Oakland, Calif. Geared locomotive with twin-shaft en- 
gine. 2,197,373; Apr. 16. 

Besly, Charles H., & Company. (See Young, Ralph W., 
assignor.) 

Besse, Alden, et al. (See Hammick, Walter, assignor.) 

Bessett, Eber W., Corpus Christi, Tex. Dishwashing, 
rinsing, and sterilizing device. 2,213,359 ; Sept. 3. 

Bessette, Louis J., Burlington, Vt. Supporting bracket 
for outlet boxes. 2,209,146 ; July 23. 

Bessey, Edward F., Crystal Lake, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Cinch Manufacturing Corporation. 
Soclcet for vacuum tubes and the like. Re. 21,547 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Bessey, Gordon W., assignor of one-third to H. H. Withers 
and one-third to W. B. Stump, Buckhannon, W. Va. 
Crank mechanism. 2,226,800 ; Dec. 31. 

Bessonneau, Maurice, Puteaux, France. Disappearing hood 
for motor vehicles. 2,185,581 ; Jan. 2. 

Best, Alexander, et al., trustees. (See Ice, James N., 
assignor.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Gooding, C. M., and Vahl- 
teich, assignors.) 

Best, Frank A., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Flexible and 
resilient beaded strip and manufacturing the same. 
2,195,046; Mar. 26. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,190,227 ; Feb. 
13. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Transmission control mechanism. 
2,193,218 ; Mar. 12. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,195,507 ; Apr. 2. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,199,036 ; Apr. 30. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Blotor vehicle. 2,199,517 ; May 7. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Clutch mechanism. 2,201,149 ; May 21. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,203,290 ; June 4. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,203,291 ; June 4. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detr6it, Mich. Gearing. 2,203,292 ; June 4. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake mechanism. 2,210,111 : Aug. 6. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Pacltard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,218,634: Oct. 22. 

Best, Franlc C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Signal device. 2,221,178; Nov. 12. • 

Best, Frank C assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,226,656 ; Dec. 31. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion engine. 2,226,703 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Best, Frank E., Inc. (See Harp, Franklin H., assignor.) 

Best, John A., Augusta, Ga. Card index. 2,216,428 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Best, Myron A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Connector clamp. 2,190,510 ; Feb. 
13. 

Best, Norman A., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Valve. 2,194,080 ; Mar. 19. 

Best, Reuben D., assignor to The Bailey Company Inc., 
Amesbury, Mass. Carton. 2,186,777 ; Jan. 9. 

Bestco Shoe Machinery Inc. (See Le Gault, Elzear J., 
assignor.) 

Bestco Shoe Machinery Inc. (See Tickelis, James I., as- 
signor.) 

Bestian, Herbert. (See Kranzlein, G., and Bestian.) 

Bethenod, Joseph, assignor to Soci6t6 Anonyme pour les 
Applications de I'Electricite et des Gaz Rares, Etab- 
lissements Claude-Paz & Silva, Paris, France. Supply 
of electric discharge tubes excited inductively. 
2,223,399 ; Dec. 3. 

Bethenod, Joseph, assignor to Society Anonyme pour les 
Applications de I'Electricitg & des Gaz Rares, Etab- 
lissements Claude-Paz. & Silva, Paris, France. Alter- 
nating current high tension cable system. 2,226,154 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Davis, Harry, assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Frear, Hugo P., as- 
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Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Johnson, Oliver W., 

assignor. ) 
Dethlehem Steel Company. (See Morgan, Alfred C, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Reed, C. D., and Riley, 
assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See White, William E., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Whitford, Harry S., 
assignor. ) 

Betner, Benjamin C, Company. (See Williams, S. N., 
and Higginbottom, assignors.) 

Berry, Owen C. Glendale, Calif. Dual carburetor 
adapter. 2,192.067 : Feb. 27. 

Betry, Owen C, Glendale, Calif. Fuel temperature reg- 
ulator and distributor. 2,214,400; Sept. 10. 

Bette-Bennett, Norma F., Edgware, assignor of one-half 
to H. Williams, London, England. Artificial fuel. 
2,215,536 ; Sept. 24. 

Bettencourt, John M., Yuba City, Calif. Bottled bev- 
erage mixer. 2,194,290 ; Mar. 19. 

Betteridge, Reuben. (See Sowter, P. F. C, and Bette- 
ridge. ) 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, and P. P. Poland, High- 
land Park, N. J., assignors to American Smelting and 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Continuous cast- 
ing. 2,195,809 ; Apr. 2. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. Lebedeff, Metuchen, and 
D. P. Wilkes, Perth Amboy, N. J., assignors to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Treating slimes. 2,202,893 ; June 4. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. Lebedeff, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining lead which contains bismuth. 
2,204,651 ; June 18. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. Lebedeff, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Recovery of bismuth. 2,205,387.; 
June 25. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. Lebedeff, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Removing bismuth from lead. 
2,213,197; Sept. 3. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, and M. F. Perkins, New 
Brunswick, N. J., assignors to American Smelting and 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Retort. 2,218,806 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Betterton, Jesse O., Metuchen, and M. P. Perkins, New 
Brunswick, N. J., assignors to American Smelting and 
Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Zinc metallurgy. 
2,219,914; Oct. 29. 

Bettin, Julius P., Bismarck, N. Dak. Typographical dis- 
tributing apparatus for slug casting machines. 
2,212,225 ; Aug. 20. 

Bettis, Wilbur P. (See Johnston, M. O., and Bettis.) 

Betts, Arnold, et al. (See Jones, Jack E., assignor.) 

Betts & Company Limited. (See Boorman, Arthur, as- 
signor.) 

Betts, George H., Altadena, Calif. Target trap. 
2,193,266 ; Mar. 12. 

Betts. John R., Kearney, Nebr. Turbine pump. 
2,226.892; Dec. 31. 

Betts, William B., Binghamton, N. Y. Toy. 2,191,305 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Betz, Paul. (See Patzold, J., and Betz.) 

Betz, Paul L., a.ssignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Re- 
lay device. 2.194.634; Mar. 26. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 
Ignition means for gas heaters. 2,221,667 ; Nov. 12. 

Betz, Paul L., Baltimore, Md., and S. Karrer, Washington, 
D. C, assignors to Consolidated Gas Electric Light and 
Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Thermo- 
electrically controlled device. 2,217,785 ; Oct. 15. 

Betz, William, Elizabeth, N. J. Stamp holder. 2,199,456 ; 
May 7. 

Betz, William C, assignor to The Fafnir Bearing Com- 
pany, New Britain, Conn. Seal bearing. 2,197,748 : 
Apr. 16. 

Betz, William G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Pratt, 
Read & Company, Inc., Ivorytown, Essex, Connecticut. 
Piano action. Re. 21,567 ; Sept. 17. 

Betzell, William P., Washington, D. C. Pull rim. 
2,207,451 : July 9. 

Betzler, Paul, Karlsruhe (Baden), Germany. Method and 
apparatus for twisting metal bars into a unitary struc- 
ture. 2,189,646; Feb. 6. 

Betzold, John J., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Stufiing 
box. 2,216,107 ; Oct. 1. 

Beuermann, Wilhelm, assignor to Telefunken Gesellscliaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germanj-. 
Radio beacon system. 2,212,110 ; Aug. 20. 

Beuglet, Henry J., Detroit, Mich. Ticket book. 2,223,089 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Beutel, Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Bread slicing machine. 
2,185,744 ; Jan. 2. 

Beutel, Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Continuous loaf feeding 
and timing device. 2,205,338 ; June 18. 

Beutner, Reinhard, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Parke, 
Davis & Company, Detroit, Mich. Dusting powder. 
2,185,178 ; Jan. 2. 



Bevan, John G., assignor to Guggenheim Brothers, New 
York, N. Y. Treating sewage. 2,202,135 ; May 28. 

Beveridge, Robert A., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Radiant heat 
sensitive device. 2,191,640 ; Feb. 27. 

Beverly, Prank, assignor of one-half to C. McClellan, 
Coleman, Tex. Screen for hammer mills. 2,225,095 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Beyea, Frank H., Union Springs, N. Y. Salt block holder. 
2,203,275 ; June 4. 

Beyer, Albert W. D., Fredericksburg, Tex. Plow device 
for tractors. 2,225,253 ; Dec. 17. 

Beyer, Ernst, and O. Fischer, assignors to Vereinigte 
Spielwarenfabriken Andreas Portner & J. Haffner's 
Nachf., Nuremberg, Germany. Vehicle for electric toy 
railways. 2,199,329 ; Apr. 30. 

Beyer, Ernst, and O. Fischer, assignors to Vereinigte 
Spielwaren-fabrieken Andreas Portner & J. Hoffners 
Machf. G. m. b. H., Nuremburg, Germany. Toy electric 
railway. 2,223,905 ; Dec. 3. 

Beyland, Sidney A., King George, Va., assignor to The 
Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Combined telephone and communi- 
cating key box. 2,199,686 ; May 7. 

Beyrich, Guldo. (See Bernhard, A., Beyrich, and Aron.) 

Bezanson, Claude E., West Hartford, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Ribbon spool. 2,193,158 ; Mar. 12. 

Bezault, Georges A. J., Juvisy-sur-Orge, France, assignor 
to Cartier, Inc., New York, N. Y. Lipstick and similar 
case. 2,209,147 ; July 23. 

Bezault, Georges A. J., Juvisy-sur-Orge, France, assignor 
to Cartier, Inc., New Yorlv, N. Y. Cuff link. 2,209,148 ; 
July 23. 

Bezzenberger, Frederick K., deceased, Shaker Heights, 
Ohio ; M. P. Bezzenberger, executrix. Envelope and con- 
tainer sealing. 2,207,428 ; July 9. 

Bezzenberger, Margaret P., executrix. (See Bezzenberger, 
Frederick K.) 

Biach, John L., and H. A. Wilcox, New Haven, assignors 
to The Engineering and Research Corporation, East 
Norwalk, Conn. Traffic control system. 2,199,571 ; 
May 7. 

Bialer, Irving, et al. (See Axelrod, Solomon, assignor.) 

Bialk, Leo. (See Benecke, H., and Bialk.) 

Bialostok, Joseph. (See Bialostok, Max, assignor.) 

Bialostok, Max, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half to 
J. Bialostok, Lebanon, Pa. Knitted glove and making 
the same. 2,185,720 ; Jan. 2. 

Bianchi, Katherine, New York, N. Y. Bassinet. 
2,197,333 ; Apr. 16. 

Bibb, Carlisle H. (See Palmer, R. C, and Bibb.) 

Bibbons, Francis E., assignor to Eli Lilly and Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Suppository. 2,191,139 ; Feb. 20. 

Bible, John L., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Gravity meter clamp. 2,225,582 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Bible, John L., Tulsa, Okla., and R. H. Ray, Houston, 
Tex., assignors to Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, 
Tulsa, Okla. Clamping device for force responsive ele- 
ment. 2,220,199 ; Nov. 5. 

Bibus, Laurence H., Philadelphia, Pa. Amusement and 
exercising device. 2,198,987 ; Apr. 30. 

Bice, Asbery. (See Garrison, C, and Bice.) 

Bichon, Henry A., Paducah, Ky. Heater for liquids. 
2,218,868 ; Oct. 22. 

Bichowsky, Francis R., Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to 
General Blotors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Air condi- 
tioning. 2,199,967 ; May 7. 

Bichowsky, Prancis R., Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Re- 
frigeration. 2.212,852 ; Aug. 27. 

Bickel, Clifford A., and K. H. Wills, assignors to The 
Monarch Machine Tool Company, Sidney, Ohio. Lathe. 
2,208,319; July 16. 

Bickford, Ernest A., assignor to Wiley-Bickford-Sweet 
Corp., Worcester, Mass. Shoe. 2,195,915 ; Apr. 2. 

Bickford, George, Lisbon, assignor to Parnsworth Mill, 
Lisbon Center, Maine. Automatic bunch builder. 
2,204,786 ; June 18. 

Bickle, Samuel E. (See Bush, T. R., and Bickle.) 

Bickley, Everett H., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Electric resist- 
ance. 2,192,255 ; Mar. 5. 

Bicknell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor stiucture. 
2,213,036 ; Aug. 27. 

Bicks, Jean W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Carr-Lowrev 
Glass Co., Baltimore, Md. Lavaliere. 2,194,379 ; Mar. 
19. 

Bicycle Built-in-Two, Inc., The. (See Rippenbein, Albert 
P., assignor.) 

Biddinger, Edward W., Pontiac, Mich. Pishing device. 
2,195,356 ; Mar. 26. 

Biddle, A. G. W. (See McMillan, James O., assignor.) 

Biddle, William C. (See Corbin, Elbert A., Jr., assignor.) 

Biddle, William P., Jr., assignor to Knox Stove Works, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Burning gas. 2,224,133 : Dee. 10. 

Biddulph, Hugh W. (See Givens, J. H., Biddulph, and 
Rose.) 

Bidoro Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Callejo, Modesto, 
assignor.) 

Bidwell, George E., Washington, D. C. Indicating electric 
lamp. 2,224,468 ; Dec. 10. 

Bidwell, Lawrence L. (See Punte, W. P., and Bidwell.) 



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Biebel, Herman M., assignor to McGraw Electric Com- 
pany, Elgin, 111. Automatic toaster. 2,196,380; 
Apr. 9. 

Bleber, Clarence G., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to The 
International Nickel Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Electric resistance element. 2,188,399 ; Jan. 30. 

Bieber, Clarence G., and M. P. Buck, Huntington, W. Va., 
assignors to The International Nickel Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y'. Age hardenable nickel alloys pos- 
sessing hot workability. 2,213,198 ; Sept. 3. 

Bieber, John, Redelm, assignor of forty-eight per cent to 
H. C. Silverman, Dupree, S. Dak. Trailer brake. 
2,209,489 ; July 30. 

Bieber, Otto. (See Bendorff, K., Bieber, and Dahnert.) 

Bieber, Otto, Berlin-Lichterfelde, assignor to Typograpli 
G. m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Matrix setting and type- 
line-casting machine. 2,202,942 ; June 4. 

Biederman, Edward G., assignor to General Motors Corpo- 
ration, Detroit, Mich. Gang spot welder. 2,194,687 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Biederman, Edward G., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Projection welder. 2,210,056 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Biederman, Joseph B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Respiratory 
filter. 2,219,801 : Oct. 29. 

Biedermann, Friedrich. (See Frost, P., and Bieder- 
mann.) 

Biedermann, Friedrich, Unterhaching, near Munich, Ger- 
many, assignor, by mesne assignments, to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for the reversal of photographic negatives. 2,214,072 ; 
Sept. 10. 

Biedermann, Robert. (See Schafer, J., and Biedermann.) 

Biedess, Anthony 11., assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Mucking machine. 
2,208,205 : July 16. 

Biedess, Anthony R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Mucking machine. 2,213,684 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Biele, Harry M., Hollis, assignor to Associated Press, New 
York, N. Y. Photoelectric tube. 2,187,484 ; Jan. 16. 

Biele, Harry M., Hollis, assignor to The Associ;it(-d 
Press, New York, N. Y. Tubular phototube. 2,222,395 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Bieler, Jacques L., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Water 
heating and mixing installation. 2,213,895 ; Sept. 3. 

Bielltz, Friedrich, Dessau-Ziebigk, assignor to Junkers 
Flugzeug-und-Motorenwerke A. G., Dessau, Germany. 
Connecting rod for engines. 2,193,120 ; Mar. 12. 

Bienert, Berthold. (See Gassner, S., and Bieuert.) 

Bienert, Berthold, and S. Gassner, Leverkusen-I. G. Werk, 
Germany, assignors to General Aniline & Film Cor- 
poration. Phthalocyanine dyestuff. 2,213,517 ; Sept. 3. 

Bierbach, Carl F., assignor to A. D. S. Corp., Newark, 
N. J. Direction indicating device for motor vehicles. 
2,210,057 ; Aug. 6. 

Bierbach, Charles B., assignor to Meiwin M.anufactun'ng 
Company, Erie, Pa. Sleeper anchor. 2,191,979 : Feb. 
27. 

Bierbrauer, Ernst, Leoben, Austria, assignor to Metall- 
gesellschaft A. G., Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Mechanical separation of mixtures of substances, par- 
ticularly coarse-grained mineral mixtures. 2,189,124 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bierbrauer, Ernst, Leoben, Austria, assignor of one-half 
to Metallgesellschaft A. G., Prankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Mechanically separating mineral mixtures. 
2,189,698; Feb. 6. 

Bierce, Ernest C, Pasadena, Calif. Decolorizing oil. 
2,211,489 ; Aug. 13. 

Bierend, Alfred, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, as- 
signor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Blade ring fastening. 2,224,064 ; 
Dee. 10. 

Bierer, John M. (See Smith. J. N., and Bierer.) 

Bierma, Clyde E., Riverside, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric (Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Abrading 
tool. 2,189,307 ; Feb. 6. 

Bierman, Daniel H., Malverne, assignor to Petrometer 
Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Gauge. 
2,217,609 ; Oct. 8. 

Biernacki, Theodore, San Francisco, assignor to Pacific 
State Box and Basket Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Fastening device. 2,215,205 ; Sept. 17. 

Biewen, John W., Fairfield, Iowa. Absorbent floor mat. 
2,187,676 ; Jan. 16. 

Bigalke, Alfred, Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric protective system. 
2,186,473; Jan. 9. 

Bigelow, Frank B., assignor to Bigelow-Liptak Corpora- 
tion, Deti-oit, Mich. Furnace wall. 2,223,400 ; Dec. 3. 

Bigelow, Frank B., assignor to Bigelow-Liptak Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Furnace wall. 2,223,401 ; Dec. 3. 

Bigelow, George B. (See Weis, A. R., and Bigelow.) 

Bigelow, Leroy E., Manhattan Beach, Calif. Device for 
dry separation of precious metals from finely divided 
material. Re. 21,653 ; Dec. 10. 

Bigelow-Liptak Corporation. (See Bigelow, Frank B., as- 
signor.) 

Bigelow, Loyal A., and J. S. Johnson, assignors to Con- 
tainer Patents, Inc., Chicago, 111. Foldable container. 
2,217,210 ; Oct. 8. 

Bigelow, Maurice H., assignor to Plaskon Company, 
Incorporated, Toledo, Ohio. Lubricant for molding 
compositions. 2,193,670 ; Mar. 12. 



Bigelow, Newell M. (See Dahlen, M. A., Bigelow, and 
Zwilgmeyer. ) 

Bigelow, Newell M., and J. E. Cole, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Blue sulphur dyes and manufacturing the same. 
2,212,821 ; Aug. 27. 

Bigelow, Roy S., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading apparatus. 2,216,181 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Blom, Conrad C, as- 
signor. ) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Dildilian, Ara T., as- 
signor.) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Blom, Conrad C, 
assignor.) 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Johnson, Charles 
R., assignor.) 

Bigelow, William C. (See Gschwender, E., and Bigelow.) 

Bigelow, William P., Stockton, Calif. Bottle washer. 
2,191,513; Feb. 27. 

Bigg, Henry T., and S. H. Sunderland, assignors to Percy 
Jones (Twinlock) Limited, Beekenham, England. 
Loose-leaf book and tray or baseboard for use there- 
with. 2,197,678; Apr. 16. 

Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Press and drive therefor. 2,197,391 ; Apr. 16. 

Biggs, Burnard S., Summit, N. J., and J. P. Weiler, 
Wilkinsburg, assignors to Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hydrogenation of coal. 
2,215,206 ; Sept. 17. 

Biggs and Company. (See Hughes, Charles G., assignor.) 

Biggs, George D., assignor to Continental Oil Company, 
Ponca City, Okla. Grease demonstrating device. 
2,221,731 ; Nov. 12. 

Biggs, Ralph W., & Co. (See Weiner, Morris., assignor.) 

Biggs, William C, Atlanta, Ga. Waybill. 2,211,532; 
Aug. 13. 

Bigler, Robert H. (See Randolph, D. W., and Bigler.) 

Bigler, Robert H. (See Schwartzwalder, K., and Bigler.) 

Big Mc's Photosensin Mfg. Inc. (See Sellei, Josef, as- 
signor. ) 

Bigourdan, Pierre E. (See Souviron, P. P. J., Blgourdan, 
and Bebin.) 

Bigwood, Clifton, assignor to The L. S. Starrett Company, 
Athol, Mass. Inside micrometer attachment. 2,199,236; 
Apr. 30. 

Bigwood, Clifton G., assignor to The L. S. Starrett Com- 
pany, Athol, Mass. Adjustable locking multileaf 
gauge. 2,217,648 ; Oct. 8. 

Bihaly, Ludwig, London, England, assignor to Trubeniz- 
ing Process Corporation, New York, N. Y. Collar. 
2,186,356; Jan. 9. 

Bihaly, Ludwig, London, England, assignor to Trubeniz- 
ing Process (Corporation, New York, N. Y. Interlining 
fabric. 2,186,357 ; Jan. 9. 

Bihler, Walter G., assignor to Ternstedt Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Piercing machine or the like. 
2,202,894 ; June 4. 

Bihuber, E., Inc. (See Zutaveru, P., and Metzger, iissign- 
ors.) 

Bijur, George, executor. (See Bljur, Joseph.) 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Auto Research 
Corporation. Lubricating installation. 2,192,176 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y. ; said J. Bijur assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Auto Research Corporation. Lubrication. 
2,196,970 ; Apr. 16. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Lubrica- 
tion. 2,197,247 ; Apr. 16. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, New York, N. Y., 
executor, assignor to Auto Research Corporation. Lu- 
brication. 2,213,951 ; Sept. 10. 

Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New 
York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research Corporation. 
Lubrication. 2,219,290: Oct. 29. 

Bik, Machiel, Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South 
Africa. Automatic change speed gear of the epicvclic 
type. 2,206,936 ; July 9. 

Bild, Carl B. (See Smith. H. J., and Bild.) 

Bilde, Tord B. D., assignor to Bolinders Fabriks Aktiebo- 
lag, Stockholm, Sweden. Dish-washing machine. 
2.201,284 ; May 21. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., assignor to Bolinders Fabriks Aktie- 
bolag, Stockholm, Sweden. Dishwashing machine. 
2,218,869 ; Oct. 22. 

Bilderbeck, James L., Newberry, Fla. Rotary pump. 

2.195.834 ; Apr. 2. 
Bilderbeck, James L., 

2.195.835 ; Apr. 2. 



Newberry, Fla. Rotary pump. 



Bilgart, Eric E., Oak Park, 111. Electromagnetic mech- 
anism. 2,189,934; Feb. 13. 
Bilger, Elwood W. (See Ferry, Frank, assignor.) 
Bilhuber, E., Inc. (See Hildebrandt, Gustav. assignor.) 
Bilhuber, B., Inc. (See Mothes, Werner, assignor.) 
Biller, David J., assignor to Day-Brite Lighting, Inc., St. 

Louis, Mo. Shielded lens. 2,223,841 ; Dec. 3. 
Biller, Hans, Nuremberg, Germany. Moving toy. 

2,222,648 : Nov. 26. 
Billheimer, Edward C. (See Nitardy, F. W., and Bill- 
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BilHg, Kurt, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, assignor to 
I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. Aqueous solutions and preparing 
them. 2,209,897 ; July 30. 

Billig, Philip J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Breeze Corpo- 
rations. Inc., Newark, N. J. Fuel tank for airplanes. 
2,195,074 ; Mar. 26. 

Billing, Noel P., London, England. Photographic camera. 
2,192,394; Mar. 5. 

Billing, Wyly M., Kennett Square, Pa., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Permanently 
stiffened collar and the like. 2,187,848 ; Jan. 23. 

Billings, Edith, et al. (See Billings, Everett W., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Billings, Everett W., Sr., et al. (See Billings, Everett 
W., Jr., assignor.) 

Billings, Everett, W., Jr., assignor of one-third to E. W. 
Billings, Sr., and one-third to E. Billings, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Erasing and numbering machine. 2,207,960 ; 
July 16. 

Billings, Fred F., Laconia, N. H. Polishing roll. 
2,212,060 ; Aug. 20. 

Billings. Harry A., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, JIass. Shuttle. 2,225,245 ; Dec. 17. 

Billings, Howard J., South Acton, H. A. Buron, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., and J. Petty, assignors to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Protec- 
tive coating of metal pipe and the like. 2,196,172 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Billker, Fredrick W., and H. J. Tapper, assignors to Mil- 
waukee Saw Trimmer Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Angle gauge. 2,195,557 ; Apr. 2. 

Billker, Fredrick W., and H. J. Tapper, as.signors to Mil- 
waukee Saw Trimmer Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Slug resurfacer. 2,224,335 ; Dec. 10. 

Billman, George C. (See Strasburg, J. L., Livingston, 
and Billman.) 

Billman, Loyde M., Washington, D. C, and A. E. De Groot, 
Arlington, Va., assignors to Henry A. Wallace, as Secre- 
tary of Agriculture and his successors in office. 
Maturity testing device. 2,209,020 ; July 23. 

Billstein, Arthur E. F., Altoona, assignor to The Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rail 
flaw detecting method and apparatus. 2,218,784 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Bilodeau, Joseph, et al. (See Leblanc, Henri, assignor.) 

Bilton, Robert A., Royal Oak, Mich. Electrical conductor. 
2,186,319; Jan. 9. 

Binch, Arthur H., Lowdham, assignor to William Rhodes 
Limited, Leeds, England. Production of wire clips and 
the like. 2,222,220 ; Nov. 19. 

Binder, Charles G., Merchantville, and L. H. Plum, Col- 
lingswood, assignors to Warren Webster & Company, 
Camden, N. J. Electrical control apparatus. 2,219,147 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Binder, John M., New Hyde Park, assignor ot one-half to 
Carvin Bottle Cap Corp., New York, N. Y. Cork rod 
forming machine and the likf. 2,190.859 ; I<>b. 20. 

Binder, John M., New Hyde Park, assignor to Consoli- 
dated Cork Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cork cutting 
machine. 2,196,288; Apr. 9. 

Binder, Richard, Schweinfurt, Germany. Shock absorber, 
especially for motor vehicles. 2,212,259 : Aug. 20. 

Bindernagel, Hermann, Erfurt, Germany. Float actuated 
valve mechanism. 2,210,331 ; Aug. 6. 

Bing, Joseph M., New York, N. Y. Automatic exposure 
meter. 2,195,640 : Apr. 2. 

Bing, Joseph M., New York, N. Y. Photographic exposure 
control. 2,201,606 ; May 21. 

Bing, Julius, and O. Bloclc. Berlin. Germany, assignors 
to Karl Otto Goettsch, Silvahof, Bern, Switzerland. 
Magnetic clamping appliance. 2,209,558 ; July 30. 

Bingliara. Charles R., Davenport. Iowa. Double-acting 
assignor.) 

Bingham Pump Company. (See Blom, C, and Edwards, 
assignors.) 

Bingham's, Sam'l, Son Mfg. Co. (See Wanner, William, 
door and fastening. 2,216,609 ; Oct. 1. 

Bingley, Frank J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Philco Radio and Television Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Signal-deriving circuit. 2.226,459 ; Dec. 24. 

Blngman, Fredericlt P., Birmingham, assignor to The 
R. C. Mahon Company, Detroit, Mich. Air cleaner. 
2,191,187 ; Feb. 20. 

Bingman, Frederick P., Birmingham, assignor to The R. C. 
Mahon Company, Detroit, Mich. Industrial washer. 
2,207,452 ; July 9. 

Biniek, Georg, assignor to Siemens & Halske, Aktienge- 
sellschaft, Siemensstadt, Berlin, Germany. Electro- 
lytic condenser. 2,198,988 ; Apr. 30. 

Binkley Manufacturing Company. (See Brace, Edwin T., 
assignor.) 

Binkowski, Andrew, Lansing, Mich. Fishhook release 
trigger. 2,223,946 ; Dec. 3. 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Brarasen, S., and 
Wahlin, assignors.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Erikson, H., and 
Harker, assignors.) 

Binney, Eric A. (See Baston, C. E., and Binney.) 

Binney, Eric A., Ilkley, H. S. Pound-Corner, and H. B. 
Sedgiield, Bradford, assignors to The English Electric 
Company Limited, London, England. Electric motor 
control system. 2,214,604 ; Sept. 10. 

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Binney, Eric A., Ilkley, H. S. Pound-Corner, and H. B. 
Sedgiield, Bradford, assignors to The English Electric 
Company, Limited, London, England. Electric motor 
control system. 2,214,605- Sept. 10. 

Binney, Eric A., Ilkley, H. S. Pound-Corner, and H. B. 
Sedgfield, Bradford, assignors to The English Electric 
Company, Limited, London, England. Motor control 
system. 2,214,606; Sept. 10. 

Binney & Smith Co. (See Vogel, Max R., assignor.) 

Binney & Smith Company, et al. (See Wilsnack, George 
C, assignor.) 

Binns, Arthur, assignor to W. & T. Avery Limited, Soho 
Foundry, Birmingham, England. Electric switch con- 
trol means. 2,191,335 ; Feb. 20. 

Binns, George W. (See Dall, A. H., and Binns.) 

Binns, George W., assignor to Cincinnati Grinders In- 
corporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Process and apparatus 
for finishing preground articles. 2,224,423 : Dec. 10. 

Binns, George W., and B. A. Kearns, assignors to Cin- 
cinnati Grinders Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Centerless bar grinder machine. 2,211,685 ; Aug. 13. 

Binns, Henry M. S. (See Rollman, M., Maddox and 
Binns.) 

Binns, William, Bradford, England. Production of rubber 
or rubberlike masses from latex. 2,226,517 : Di-o. 24. 

Binon, Georges, Paris, France, assignor to \V. and W. 
J. Grumbacher, copartners doing business as JI. Grum- 
bacher. New York, N. Y. Dispenser for liquids. 
2,185,288 ; Jan. 2. 

Bins, Frank M., Butte, Mont. Suspending ventilation 
tubing. 2,222,497 ; Nov. 19. 

Binz, Arthur, Berlin-Grunewald, and O. von Scliickh, Lud- 
wigshafen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors to Schering 
Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Amino pyrido-pyridiucs 
and making the same. 2,226,111 : Dec. 24. 

Bio Reduction Corporation. (See Roeder, George H,, as- 
signor.) 

Biolite Incorporated. (See Kaufman, Alfonse, assignor.) 

Birch, William T., Chicago, 111. Pump valve. 2,197,606 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Birch, William T., Chicago, 111. Relief valve. 2,205,463 ; 
June 25. 

Birchard, Wayne E. (See Mclachlan, W. J., and Bir- 
chard.) 

Bircher, Co., Inc., The. (See Lawrence, Leon W., as- 
signor.) 

Birchfield, Grover C, Chicago, 111. Athletic shoe cleat. 
2,185,397 ; Jan. 2. 

Birchfield, Roy R., Shreveport, La. Tire pressure indi- 
cator. 2,218,143 ; Oct. 15. 

Bird, Edward S., assignor to Reed-Prentice Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Die casting machine. 2,185,625 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Bird, Harvey L., Ann Arbor, Mich. Apparatus for dis- 
pensing loose salt in measured quantities into cans or 
the lilve. Re. 21,453 ; May 21. 

Bird, Hobart M., Portland, Oreg. Dredge bucket opera- 
tion. 2,191,448: Feb. 27. 

Bird, Hobart M., Portland Oreg. Dredge bucket. 2,195,- 
404 : Apr. 2. 

Bird, James P., and F. B. SchafEer, Kansas City, Mo. 
Threading device. 2,213,379 ; Sept. 3. 

Bird, Katherine, Detroit, Mich. Basting scoop. 2,189,483 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bird, Len O. (See Brodersen, M. M., and Bird.) 

Bird, Len 0., Glendale, and E. P. Drake, Los Angeles, 
Calif. ; said Drake assignor to said Bird. Hydraulic 
control for trail builder. 2,185,179 ; Jan. 2. 

r.ird Machine Co. (See Lindequist, Charles J., assignor.) 

Bird, Paul G., Western Springs, 111. Water treatment. 
2,220,950 ; Nov. 12. 

Bird, Paul G., Western Springs, and R. M. Waters, Chi- 
cago, 111. Prevention of corrosion. 2,194,491 : Mar. 
26. 

Bird & Son. (See Graham, J. E., and Lines, assignors.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Graham, J. E., and Lines, as- 
signors.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Studley, Gerard L., assignor.) 

P.irdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company. (See 
Laussucq, Henri P. L., assignor.) 

Birdsell Corporation, The. (See Beckman, William R., 
assignor.) 

Birdseye, Clarence, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Birdseve Electric Corporation, Gloucester, Mass. Re- 
flecting electric lamp. 2,219,510 ; Oct. 29. 

Birdseye, Clarence, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Birdseye Electric Corporation, Gloucester, Mass. Re- 
flecting electric lamp. 2,221,629 ; Nov. 12. 

Birdseye, Clarence, and P. Deren, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to IBirdseye Electric Corporation. Glouces- 
ter, Blass. Reflecting electric lamp. 2,204,399 ; June 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Birdseye, Clarence, 
assignor. ) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Birdseye, C, and 
Deren, assignors.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Deren, Pincus, as- 
signor.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Gould, Clarence W., 
assignor.) 

I'.lrdseye Electric Corporation. (See Macksoud, Michel 
E., assignor.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Swanson, Kenneth 
P., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



(See Browning, James E., 

assignor to The Kroydon 
' J. Ski pole construction. 



Blag- 
(See 



Bireley, Arthur W., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerated display case. 
2,219,912 ; Oct. 29. 

Bireley 's Incorporated. (See Fry, Lawrence A., assignor.) 

Birb, William C, Baraga, Mich., assignor to J. Q. Shunk, 
Bucyrus, Ohio. Scarifying blade. 2,221,906 ; Nov. 19. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse switch. 2,199,908 ; May 
7. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse. 2,208,407 ; July 16. 

Birkhead, Beckman, Stanard & Vance. (See Browning, 
James E.) 

Birkhead, Claude V., et al. 
assignor.) 

Birkhofer, John J., Newark, 
Co. Inc., Maplewood, N. 
2,204,469 ; June 11. 

Birkigt, Louis, Versoix, near Geneva, Switzerland. Cool- 
ing system for piston engines. 2,190,394 ; Feb. 13. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Automatic fire- 
arm. 2,199,871 ; May 7. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Automatic fire- 
arm. 2,199,872 ; Blay 7. 

Birman, Isidore, Peekskill, N. Y. Sash lock. 2,190,205 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Birmann, Rudolph, assignor to Turbo Engineering Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Turbosupercharger mount- 
ing. 2,216,731 ; Oct. 8. 

Birmingham, Donald G., Aberdeen, assignor to Harbor 
Plywood Corporation, Hoquiam, Wash. Spray coating 
apparatus. 2,217,724 ; Oct. 15. 

Birmingham, Raymond A., Buena Vista, assignor of one- 
third to T. B. Shackford, and one-third to H. H. Chittum, 
Lexington, Va. Rail and wheel lubricating mechanism. 
2,201,133 ; May 21. 

Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited. (See 
den, W. M., and Perkins, assignors.) 

Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, The. 
Faulkner, H. A., and Wackrow, assignors.) 

Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, The. (See 
Perkins, Herbert, assignor.) 

Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, The. (See 
Tait, J. N. H., and Blagden, assignors.) 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Stop mechanism for 
dispensing devices. 2,186,798 ; Jan. 9. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Towel dispensing 
time-stop mechanism. 2,193,759 ; Mar. 12. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Towel dispensing time- 
stop mechanism. 2,215,953 ; Sept. 24. 

Birrell, James, Santa Barbara, Calif. Orchard heating 
apparatus. 2,217,536 ; Oct. 8. 

Birt, Howard B., and W. C. Pritchard, Muncie, Ind., as- 
signors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Expander for storage batteries. 2,217,786 ; Oct. 15. 

Birt, Howard B., W. C. Pritchard, and R. A. Daily, 
Muncie, Ind., assignors to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Addition agent for storage battery 
paste. 2,217,787; Oct. 15. 

Birtman Electric Company. (See Sparklin, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

Bisberg, Nathan, assignor to Leona Undergarment Co., 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Undergarment for women. 
2,227,214 ; Dec. 31. 

Bisbing, Charles P., and H. D. Stone, Chicago, 111. Um- 
brella robe. 2,221,366 ; Nov. 12. 

Bischof, Bernhard, Kiel, assignor of one-half to Wilhelm 
Poppe Aktiengesellschaft, Kiel-Pries, Germany. Hy- 
draulic transmission gear. 2,220,636 ; Nov. 5. 

BischofC, Kurt, and K. Silbermann, Erlangen, assignors 
to the firm Siemens-Reiniger-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, 
Berlin, Germany. X-ray apparatus. 2,217,939 ; Oct. 
15. 

Bischoflf, Ludwig, Brooklyn, assignor to Oneida Paper 
Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for making 
satchel-bottom bags. 2,192,177 ; Mar. 5. 

Bischoff, Robert, assignor to S. Morgan Smith Company, 
York, Pa. Fluid operated mechanism. 2,227,055 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Blsh, Raymond H. (See Nichols, C. A., and Bish.) 

Bishelany, Elias C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination sani- 
tary device. 2,200,531 ; May 14. 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Mayo, Ed- 
ward L., assignor.) 

Bishop, Barton P., Houston, Tex. Apparatus for logging 
holes while drilling. 2,214,786 ; Sept. 17. 

Bishop, Claude R., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Haynes Stellite Company. Nickel base alloy. 2,222,471 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Bishop, Claude R., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Haynes Stellite Company. Corrosion resistant nickel 
base alloy. 2,222,472 ; Nov. 19. 

Bishop, Claude R., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Haynes 
Stellite Company. Corrosion resistant nickel base alloy. 
2,222,473 ; Nov. 19. 

Bishop, Claude R., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Haynes Stellite Company. Nickel base alloy. 2,222,474 
Nov. 19. 

Bishop, Edwin L., Birmingham, England. Apparatus for 
manufacture of cardboard and like boxes. 2,220,390 ; 
Nov. 5. 



Bishop, Frederic L., Fox Chapel Manor, and C. S. Shoe- 
maker, Jeannette, assignors to American Window Glass 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of laminated 
glass. 2,214,158 : Sept. 10. 

Bishop, Frederic L., Fox Chapel Manor, R. H. Du Bois, 
and P. Finnegan, Jeannette, assignors to American 
Window Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Blanufac- 
ture of laminated glass. 2,221,367 ; Nov. 12. 

Bishop, Frederic L., Jr., Jeannette, assignor to American 
Window Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Glass clean- 
ing fluid and the manufacture thereof. 2,200,354 ; May 
14. 

Bishop, G. F., San Francisco, Calif., and A. F. Moyer, 
Minneapolis, Minn., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Toro Manufacturing Corporation of Minnesota. 
Power gang and lawn mower. 2,204,244 ; June 11. 

Bishop, George D., assignor to Crown Paper Company, 
Sanford, Fla. Fruit and vegetable package. 2,202,616 ; 
May 28. 

Bishop, J. Paul, Clarendon Hills, 111., assignor to Corn 
Products Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Stencil 
coating compound and making the same. 2,194,291 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Bishop, J Paul, Clarendon Hills, and F. L. Tucker, Sum- 
mit, 111., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Corn Prod- 
ucts Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Making mono- 
sodium glutamate from gluten. 2,214,115 ; Sept. 10. 

Bishop, Leonard J., assignor to Mechanical Handling 
Systems, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Conveyer system. 
2,187,073; Jan. 16. 

Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Fla. Link cable drive. 2,223,906 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Bishop, Richard E., South Orange, N. J., assignor to A. C. 
Horn & Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Sealing con- 
duits. 2,202,617 ; May 28. 

Bishop, Richard E., South Orange, N. J., assignor to A. C. 
Horn & Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Sealing 
joints. 2,210,138 ; Aug. 6. 

Bishop, Roy, Cleveland, and W. S. Ferguson, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio. Game device. 2,215,261 ; Sept. 17. 

Bishop, William T., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Production of an alkali metal 
salt of a mono-alkyl trithiocarbonate. 2,197,964 ; Apr. 
23. 

Bispham, William N., and J. C. Bell, Baltimore, Md. 
Method and apparatus for treating sewage. 2,220,859 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Grounding fitting. 2.216,309 : Oct. 1. 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Pullen, Fred W., 
assignor.) 

Bissell, William T., assignor to Journal Box Servicing 
Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Barrel truck. 
2,196.822; Apr. 9. 

Bisson, Louis A. (See Boysen, Louis K., assignor.) 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Base for air sealed vaults. 
2,188,524; Jan. 30. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault Com- 
pany, Gallon, Ohio. Grave vault. 2,188,525 : Jan. 30. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Vehicle. 2,188,548 ; Jan. 30. 

Biszantz, Fred, assignor to The Galion Metallic Vault 
Company, Galion, Ohio. Tail gate hook. 2,211,195 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Bitgood, Robert E., Hope Valley, R. I. Vehicle fuel tank 
cap lock. 2,205,712 ; June 25. 

Bitler, William T., J. R. Bower, and R. P. McBride, 
Berwick, Pa., assignors to American Car and Foundry 
Company, New York, N. Y. Portable spot-welding 
machine. 2,190,692 ; Feb. 20. 

Bitner, Ralph E., Port Washington, N. Y. Sterilizer. 
2,189,279 ; Feb. 6. 

Bitner, Ralph E., New York, N. Y. Catadioptrical lens. 
2,215,900 : Sept. 24. 

Bitner, Ralph B., New York, N. Y. Catadioptrical lens 
system. 2,224,178 ; Dec. 10. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Pavement joint assembly unit. 
2,192,570 ; Mar. 5. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products 
Company, Albion, Mich. Joint and dowel assembly 
unit. 2,192,571 ; Mar. 5. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Hose holder or rack. 2,222,831 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Bitterich, Fritz, Hanover, Germany, assignor to Reich- 
hold Chemicals, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Rubberlike prod- 
ucts and making them. 2,211,048 ; Aug. 13. 

Bittermann, Ferdinand J. (See Bernstein, W. F., and 
Bittermann.) 

Bittick, James E., Fort Myers, assignor of forty-five 
one-hundredths to E. S. Davies, Tampa, and ten one- 
hundredths to J. A. Franklin, Fort Myers, Fla. Port- 
able booth. 2,188,747 ; Jan. 30. 

Bittner, John M., assignor of one-third to H. S. Ingraham, 
Barnes City, and one-third to H. E. Bryan, Montezuma, 
Iowa. Plow point. 2,212,147 ; Aug. 20. 

Bittner, Leroy S., Elysburg, Pa. Hydraulic brake sys- 
tem. 2,185,535 ; Jan. 2. 

Bittson, Anthony J., New I'ork, assignor to S. B. Gahm, 
New York, N.'Y. Fan. 2.208,243 ; July 16. 

Bivens, Maurice E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 
2,227,120; Dec. 31. 



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Bixby, Kenneth R., Canton, 111. Screen. 2,208,448 ; July 

16. 
Bixby, Leo A., Berrien Springs assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Gear shifting means. 

2,205,589 ; June 25. 
Bixby, Walter. (See Hathaway, E. F., and Bixby.) 
Bixler, Alvin P. (See Taylor, D. D., and Bixler.) 
Bixler, Alvin P., New Buffalo, Pa. Bread slicer. 

2,206,154 ; July 2. 
Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Pressure relief means. 2,222,703 ; 

Nov. 26. 
Bjong, Leo V., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Sealing means for 

indicating instrument casings. 2,215,537 ; Sept. 24. 
Bj(')rk, Elis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ski. 2,225,293 ; Dee. 17. 
Bjorklund, Gustav Erik. (See Dal6n, G., and Bjork- 

lund.) 
BjOrkman, Gustaf E., Saltsjo-Nacka, Sweden, assignor to 

Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Suction nozzle. 

2,200,769 ; May 14. 
Bjorkman, Gustaf E., Saltsjo-Nacka, Sweden, assignor to 

Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Suction nozzle. 

2,219,802 : Oct. 29. 
Bjorkman, Gustaf E., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to 

Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Suction nozzle. 

2.221,630 ; Nov. 12. 
Bjorksten, Johan. (See Champion, Vv'. J., and Bjorksten.) 
Bjorksten, Johan, Chicago, 111. Plant growth stimulant. 

2,205,807; June 25. 
Bjorksten, Johan, assignor to Ditto, Incorporated, Chicago, 

III. Duplicating band. 2,191,514 : Feb. 27. 
Bjorksten, Johan, assignor to Ditto, Incorporated, Chicago, 

111. Increasing fading resistance of dyestuffs. 2,222,973 ; 

Nov. 26. 
Bjorksten, Johan, Chicago, and W. J. Champion, La 

Grange, assignors to Ditto, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. 

Nonsmudging transfer sheet. 2,188,590 ; Jan. 30. 
Bjornson, Bjorn G. (See Barney, H. L., Bjornson, and 

Curtis.) 
Bjornson, Ingvard. New York, N. Y. Pie dish. 2,226,155 ; 

Dec. 24. 
Blache, Hans H., and F. E. Rebbeck, Belfast, Ireland. 

Lubricating and cooling system for bearings and pistons. 

2,193,684; Mar. 12. 
Blachly, Fred E., West Chester, Pa., assignor to The 

Sharpies Corporation. Separation of oil from wax. 

2,220,200 ; Nov. 5. 
Black, Benjamin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hair curler. 2,200,590 ; 

May 14. 
Black, Blanton E., Atlanta, Ga., assignor of one-half to 

J. F. De Villard. Air conditioning apparatus. 

2,219,029 ; Oct. 22. 
Black. Charles E., Hamilton, Kans. Pump trap. 

2,188,425; Jan. 30. 
Black, Clarence H., assignor to Reed Roller Bit Com- 
pany, Houston, Tex. Drill bit. 2,212,727 ; Aug. 27. 
Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Baxter, Joseph, Jr., 

assignor.) 
Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Kutter, Herman L., 

assignor.) 
Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Staege, Stephen A., 

assignor. ) 
Black, Crayton K. (See Lang, J. W., and Black.) 
Black, Crayton K. (See Lubs, H. A., and Black.) 
Black & Decker Electric Company, The. (See Cole, James 

D., assignor.) 
Black & Decker Electric Company, The. (See Rabatin, 

Paul, assignor.) 
Black & Decker Electric Company, The. (See Spielman, 

Milton H., assignor.) 
Black & Decker Limited. (See McCartney, Frederick W.. 

assignor.) 
Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Rentzell, Robert P., assignor.) 
Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See Wil- 

hide, Glenn C, assignor.) 
Black, Donald H., London, England, assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tron discharge device. 2,199,278 ; Apr. 30. 
Black, Donald H., London, England, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, 

N. Y. Relaxation oscillator. 2,213,855 ; Sept. 3. 
Black, Floyd C. (See Gebert, A. E., Richardson, and 

Black.) 
Black, Floyd C. (See Richardson, M. H., Black, and 

Gebert.) 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Com- 
munication system. 2,196,173 ; Apr. 9. 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave 

translation system. 2,209,955 ; Aug. 6. 
Black, Harold S., Elmhurst, assignor to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wave 

amplification. 2,223,506 ; Dec. 3. 
Black, Harry F. (See Bruker, H. W., and Black.) 
Black, Harry L. (See Carmichael, Andrew R., assignor.) 
Black, Homer H. (See Papin, J. E., and Black.) 
Black, Irving E., Brooklyn, and H. Jacobstein, New Ro- 

chelle, N. Y. ; Said Black assignor to said Jacobstein. 

Cigar box or container and making same. 2,200,256 : 

May 14. 



Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 

America, Cincinnati. Ohio. Truck or trailer front coft- 

struction. 2,185,961 ; Jan. 2. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 

America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Semitrailer prop actuating 

mechanism. 2,190,373 ; Feb. 13. 
Black, James J., assignor to The Trailer Company of 

America, Cincinnati, Ohio. Trailer truck body. 

2,223,778 ; Dec. 3. 
Black, John P., Amarillo, Tex. Lawn edging plow and 

trimmer. 2,209,946 ; Aug. 6. 
Black, Lawrence F., Washington, D. C. Localizing foreign 

bodies. 2,192,887 ; Mar. 12. 
Black, Robert, Jr., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Intelligence transmitting circuit. 2,208,206 ; July 16. 
Black, Rowland J., assignor to Houde Engineering Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Automobile heating structure, 

2.207.776 ; July 16. 

Black, William A., Lake Lucerne, and F. M. Darner, Shaket 
Heights, assignors, by mesne assignments. Republic 
Steel Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for usa 
in welding. 2,189,339 ; Feb. 6. 

Black, Willy, Berlin-Halensee, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Hydraulic gear of the FOtting- 
er type. 2,226,801 ; Dec. 31. 

Black, Willy, Berlin-Halensee, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Hydraulic coupling for ve- 
hicles. 2.226.802 ; Dec. 31. 

Blackburn, Claude E., assignor to J. M. Huber Corporation, 
Borger. Tex. Apparatus for testing oil and gas wells. 
2,190,250; Feb. 13. 

Blackburn, Felix, Feeding Hills, Mass. Gripping device. 
2,201,285- May 21. 

Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. (See Start, Harry 
W. and E., assignors.) 

Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. ( See Towers, Ern- 
est J., assignor.) 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Wire splicer. 
2,210.058- Aug. 6. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Tool for con- 
necting service and main lines. 2,220,314 ; Nov. 5. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, BIo. Wire connector. 
2,222,998 ; Nov. 26. 

Blackburn, Philip W., East Orange, N. J., assignor t® 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Crater lamp as a spotlight. 2,190,308 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Blackburn, Reginald. (See Brislee, F. J., and Black- 
burn.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Slandl, Siegmund, assignor.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Pfauser, Edward M., assignor.) 

Blackmer Pump Company. (See Chapman, E. W., and 
Brunson, assignors.) 

Blackmon, Delbert C, Olean, N. Y. Electric cord plug 
and receptacle. 2,207,477 ; July 9. 

Blackmore, Lloyd, Detroit, and H. D. Seelinger, Highland 
Park, assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Fluid sealing device. 2,207,371 ; July 9. 

Blackmore, Paul O., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coating ma- 
chine. 2,213,117 ; Aug. 27. 

Blackmore, William, Cleveland Heights, assignor to Na- 
tional Malleable and Steel Casting Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Journal box. 2,208,658 ; July 23. 

Blackmore, William, Cleveland Heights, assignor to Na- 
tional Malleable and Steel Casting Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Journal box. 2,213,575 ; Sept. 3. 

Blackstone & Company Limited. (See Hill, H. E., and 
Burbridge, assignors.) 

Blackstone Machinery Co. (See Scott, Roger M., as- 
signor.) 

Blackstone Manufacturing Company. (See Conterman, 
Fred A., assignor.) 

Blackwell, Francis O., Jr. (See Knox, S. L. G., and 
Blackwell.) 

Blaesser, Clarence B., et al. (See Ackerman, Edward L., 
assignor. ) 

Blaettler, Paul X. (See Ferla. John, assignor.) 

Blaetz, Harry M., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to The 
Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Mana- 
facture of electrotype printing plates. 2,220,671; 
Nov. 5. 

Blagden, William M. (See Tait, J. N. H., and Blagden.) 

Blagdon, William M., Farnborough, and H. Perkins, 
Solihull, assignors to Birmingham Small Arms Com- 
pany Limited, Birmingham, England. Transmission 
mechanism for motor vehicles. 2,219,249 ; Oct. 22. 

Blain, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Radio apparatus. 2,203,811 ; 
June 11. 

Blain, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Cathode ray deflecting device. 

2.207.777 ; July 16. 

Blair, Benton W., et al. (See Blair, Farnham, assignor.) 
device. 2,199.148 ; Apr. 30. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr. (See De Groote, M., Keiser, and 
Blair.) 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Grooves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Com- 
position of matter and manufacturing same. 2,216,310 ; 
Oct. 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Blair, Charles JI., Jr., ^Yebste^ Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, Tex., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,505 ; July 16. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, Tex., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,506 ; July 16. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, TesT., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,507 ; July 16. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, Tex., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,508; July 16. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, Tex., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,509 ; July 16. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., and I. S. 
Boydstun, Fort Worth, Tex., assignors to Petrolite Cor- 
poration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Sweetening hydrocar- 
bon oils. 2,208,510 ; July 16. 

Blair, Farnham, Washington, D. C, assignor of twenty- 
five per cent to J. C. Blair, New York, N. X., and twenty- 
five per cent to B. W. Blair, Fleetwood, N. Y. Fastening 

Blair, Herman E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Automobile 
bumper mounting. 2,188,142 ; Jan. 23. 

Blair, James H., Staten Island, assignor, by mesne as 
signments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Dental hand piece. 2,188,426 ; Jan. 30. 

Blair, James S., Maywood, 111., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Color stabilization of 
green vegetables. 2,186,003 ; Jan. 9. 

Blair, James S., Maywood, 111., assignor to American Can 
Company, New York, N. Y. Color stabilization of 
green vegetables. 2,189,774; Feb. 13. 

Blair, John C, et al. (See Blair, Farnham, assignor.) 

Blair, Robert S., Stamford, Conn. Pipe construction. 
2,205,553 ; June 25. 

Blair, Rolandis A., Columbia City, Ind. Rail anchor. 
2,217,040 ; Oct. 8. 

Blair, Russel M. (See Jarvis, K. W., and Blair.) 

Blair, William R., Oceanport, N. J. Directive antenna 
array. 2,196,187 ; Apr. 9. 

Blake, Douglas, Han-ey, La. Dustpan. 2,197,918 ; Apr. 23. 

Blake, Frank N., North Adams, Mass. Pipe finder. 
2,192,765 ; Mar. 5. 

Blake, George W., Wyandotte, Mich. Heat generator. 
2,226,423; Dec. 24. 

Blake, Harold D., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Lamp holder. 2,200,978 ; 
May 14. 

Blake, Kenneth R., Detroit, Mich. Ignition control appa- 
ratus. 2,196,693 ; Apr. 9. 

Blake, Kenneth R., Grosse Pointe, and A. L. Bunting, De 
troit, Mich. Liquid cooling means and container there- 
for. 2,185,799 ; Jan. 2. 

Blake Manufacturing Corporation. (See Officer, W. J., 
and Wood, assignors.) 

Blake Manufacturing Corporation. (See Wood, Orville T., 
assignor.) 

Blake, Reginald, et al., administrators. (See de la (Serva, 
Juan.) 

Blake, Winchester G., Woodside, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Dyuamoelectric machine. 
2,217,788 ; Oct. 15. 

Blakely, Robert, Ridgewood, N. J., and A. H. Dirkiiison, 
Bronxville, assignors to International Business Machini^s 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Comparing and check- 
ing machine. 2,206,218 ; July 2. 

Blakely, Robert T., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York. 
N. Y. Punching machine. 2,185,685 ; Jan. 2. 

Blakeslee, Arthur L., assignor to Kalamazoo Stove & Fur- 
nace (Jompany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Combination com- 
bustion and electric stove. 2,222,065 ; Nov. 19. 

Blakeslee, Edward L., Oak Park, assignor to G. S. Blakes- 
lee cfe Co., Cicero, 111. Degreasing means. 2,223,595 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Blakeslee, G. S., & Co. (See Blakeslee, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, assignor to The States 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric switch handle. 
2,186,749; Jan. 9. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, assignor to The States 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric circuit control 
mounting. 2,195.075 : Mar. 26. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Jlarlboro, assignor to The States 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Electrical connection 
means. 2,199,022 ; Apr. 30. 

Blakeslee, Robert N., Jr., and H. G. Remmers, Trenton, 
assignors to Ajax Electrothermic Corporation, Ewing 
Township, N. J. Induction heating method. 2,223,507 ; 
Dee. 3. 

Blanc, Adolph I. (See Lund, Frank M., assignor.) 

Blanc, Aim6, Marseille, France. Thermostatic switch. 
2,220,752 ; Nov. 5. 

Blanc, Jean J., Paris, France. Device for assembling 
plates or other superposed pieces. 2,187,929 : Jan. 23. 

Blanc, Stewart S., Brisbane, Calif. Motor vehicle chassis. 
2,2()2,810 ; June 4. 

Blanchard, Alva G. (See Ellis, J. W., and Davidson, 
assignors. ) 



Blanchard, Alva G. (See Mulloy, O. L., and Martin, 
assignors.) 

Blanchard, Alva G. (See Peters, T. R., and Mulloy, 
assignors.) 

Blanchard, Alva G., Shreveport, La. Valve operating 
structure. 2,199.611 ; May 7. 

Blanchard, Alva G., and O. L. Mulloy, Shreveport, La. 
said Mulloy assignor to said Blanchard. Safety valve. 
2,212,997 ; Aug. 27. 

Blanchard, Arthur D., Bloomfield, assignor to Eclipse 
Aviation Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Exhaust pipe. 
2,204,924 ; June 11. 

Blanchard, Frederick C, Brookline, assignor to Rivett 
Lathe & Grinder, Inc., Brigh.ton, Boston, Mass. Lathe. 
2,225,950 ; Dec. 24. 

Blanchard, George A., Portland, Oreg. Wash stick. 
2,209,068 ; July 23. 

Blanchard, Loring W., Jr. (See Malm, C. J., and 
Blanchard. ) 

Blanchard, Loring W., Jry^ assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of mixed cellu- 
lose esters containing a substantial amount of 
propionyl or butyryl. 2,208,509 ; July 23. 

Blanchard, Rolla F., Westfield, N. J., and W. B. Blanton, 
Merrick, and H. L. Browne, Brooklyn, assignors to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Signaling system and apparatus. 2,193.811 ; Mar. 19. 

Blanchard, Werner J., assignor to Engineering Projects, 
Inc., Dayton, Ohio. Propeller and making same. 
2,205,132 ; June 18. 

Bland, Robert J., Pasadena, Calif. Roof structure. 
2,197,065 ; Apr. 16. 

Bland, William A., Primos, and E. F. Oefflnger, Aldan, 
Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Paint and varnish remover. 
2,207,967 ; July 16. 

Blaney, Jesse M., assignor to Cinaudagraph Corporation, 
Stamford, Conn. Film processing apparatus. 
2,224,947 ; Dec. 17. 

Blank, Albert G., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Fin-drum drier. 
2,209,257 ; July 23. 

Blank, Alfons, Dornach, assignor of one-half to W. F. L. 
Kessler-Rossillon, Arleshelm, Switzerland, ksclining 
chair. 2,201,964 ; May 21. 

Blank, Charles E., Painted Post, N. Y., assignor to luger- 
soll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Safety device. 
2,204,338; June 11. 

Blank, Charles E., Painted Post, N. Y., assignor to Inger- 
soll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Safety device. 
2,220,702; Nov. 5. 

Blank, Herman. (See Garrison, Morris, assignor.) 

Blankart, Andr€, Basel, Switzerland, assignor to Holf- 
mann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. Amide derivatives 
of 3,5-dimethyl-isoxazole carboxylic acids. 2,212,767 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Blanke, Rose, B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Radio enclosure. 
2,204,787 ; June 18. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Power system. 2,203,717 ; June 11. 

Blankenship, Edward W., Chattanooga, Tenn. Combina- 
tion cooking vessel. 2.199,687 ; May 7. 

Blanton, William B. (See Blanchard, R. P., Blanton, 
and Browne.) 

Blanton, William B., Merrick, assignor to The Western 
Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Telegraph 
exchange system. 2,193,812 ; Mar. 19. 

Blanton, William B., Merrick, assignor to The Western 
Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Printing 
telegraph system. 2,227,121 ; Dec. 31. 

Blaschke, Frank, Maywood, Ind. Automatic sprinkler. 
2,216,154; Oct. 1. 

Blase, Karl, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to Siemens- 
Schuckertwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin - Siemens - 
stadt, Germany. Washing machine. 2,212,822 ; Aug. 
27. 

Blasen, Louis T., Saranac, Mich. Animal trap. 2,197,121 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Handsworth, Birmingham, England. 
Manufacture of wire fabric. 2,202,442 ; May 28. 

Blasig, Kurt, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
Askania-Werke A. G. Fluid relay mechanism. 
2,225,518 : Dec. 17. 

Blasig, Kurt, Berlin-Zehlendorf-Klein-Machnow, Germany, 
assignor to Askania-Werke A. G. Pressure liquid oper- 
ated device. 2,226,545 ; Dec. 31. 

Blaski, Benjamin P., Chicago, 111. Public address ar- 
rangement. 2,208.068; July 16. 

Blaso, James G., East Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 
Anesthetic. 2,187,597; Jan. 16. 

Blaso, James G., East Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 
Self-spraying anesthetic preparation. 2,187,598 ; Jan. 
16. 

Blaso, James G., East Elmhurst, N. Y., assignor to 
Natural Vitamins Corporation. Separating fat or oil 
soluble vitamins from fish and vegetable oils. 
2,207,712 ; July 16. 

Blass, Fritz, Bad Soden, Taunus, P. Heisel, A. Hendschel, 
Gersthofen, near Augsburg, and O. Nicodemus, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main-Hocht, assignors to I. G. Parbenin- 
dustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Artificial resins. 2,193,327 ; Mar. 12. 

Blattman, William K. (See McBain, W. C, and Blatt- 
man. ) 



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Blattmann, Eugen, Berlln-Steglitz, assignor to Siemens 
Apparate und Maschinen Gesellschaft mlt beschrjlnkter 
Haftung, Berlin, Germany. Gun mount for vehicles or 
aircraft. 2,193,547; Mar. 12. ^^ , 

Blattner, David G., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Coin collector apparatus. 2,204,747 ; June IS. 

Blattner, David G., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Telephone ringer. 2,209,382 ; July 30. 

Blattner, David G., Mountain Lakes, N. J., and L. Vieth, 
Jackson Heights, assignors to Bell Telephon.> Lnboru- 
tories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Delay type piezo- 
electric relay. 2,201,879 ; May 21. 

Blattner, Emil H. (See Barrows, D. S., and Blattner.) 

Blattner, Emil H., assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Cushioning device. 
2,220,074 ; Nov. 5. 

Blau, Henry H., Charleroi, Pa., assignor to Corning Glass 
Works, Corning, N. Y. Forming sealed hollow articles 
of glass. 2,191,951 ; Feb. 27. 

Blau, Henry H., Charleroi, Pa., assignor to Corning Glass 
Works, Corning, N. Y. Making hollow glass building 
blocks. 2,191,952; Feb. 27. 

Blau, Henry H., Charleroi, Pa., assignor to Corning Glass 
Works, Corning, N. Y. Apparatus for making hollow 
glass blocks. 2,191,953 ; Feb. 27. 

Blau, Henry H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, Corn- 
ing, N. Y. Forming sealed hollow articles of glass. 
2,215,027 ; Sept. 17. 

Blau, Henry H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, Corn- 
ing, N. Y. Glass composition. 2,224,469 ; Dec. 10. 

Blau, Leon W., Providence, R. I. Flashlight. 2,205,163 ; 
June 18. 

Blau, Ludwig W., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Multiple component gravity 
balance. 2,185,582 ; Jan. 2. 

Blau, Ludwig W., and L. Statham, Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Elec- 
tric earth transients in geophysical prospecting. 
2,202,369 ; May 28. 

Blauser, Albert L., et al. (See Noss, Robert K., as- 
signor. ) 

Blaut, Samuel J., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Gold refining. 
2,199,391 ; May 7. 

Blauvelt Associates, Inc. (See Blauvelt, Warren S., as- 
signor. ) 

Blauvelt, Warren S., assignor to Blauvelt Associates, Inc., 
Troy, N. Y. Heat transfer device. 2,215,538; Sept. 



24. 

Blaw-Knox Company. 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 
Blaw Knox Company, 

signor.) 
Blaw-Knox Company. 



(See Broden, Edwin R., assignor.) 
(See Bushnell, James E., as- 

(See Croft, George M., assignor.) 
(See Edgar, Louis C, Jr., as- 

(See Harrington, Edward L., as- 

(See Harvey, Christian M., as- 

(See Klrkpatrick, George M., as- 

(See Loxterman, Henry R., as- 

(See Ludlngton, William C, as- 

(See Mangels, Erwin G., as- 

(See McDonnell, Edward J., as- 

(See Sarosdy, Louis J., assignor.) 
(See Venable, William M., as- 



(See Wert, Edwin A., assignor.) 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and V. R. Roy, assignors 
to Lempco Products Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Resurfac- 
ing machine. 2,192,888; Mar. 12. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and V. R. Roy, assignors 
to Lempco Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Resurfacing 
machine. 2,208,879 ; July 23. 

Blazek, John Y., Bedford, and V. R. Roy, Cleveland, as- 
signors to Lempco Products, Incorporated, Bedford, 
Ohio. Press. 2.195,478; Apr. 2. 

Bleakley, William Y^^ assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Zero Hour Bomb Company, Tulsa, Okla. Oil well bomb 
closure. 2.213,685; Sept. 3. 

Bleakley, William Y., and W. A. Schillinger, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Zero Hour Bomb Company, 
Tulsa, Okla. Torpedo lowering hook. 2,213,686 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Bleakney, Walker, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Focusing and separation 
of charged particles. 2,221,467 ; Nov. 12. 

Bleakney, William M., Washington, D. C. Dynamically 
compensated strain gauge. 2,189,775 ; Feb. 13. 

Bleam, Edgar W., assignor to Stokes and Smith Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Weighing system. 2,226,236 ; Dec. 
24. 

Blechman, Irving, Bronx, N. Y. Storage container. 
2,226,112 ; Dec. 24. 

Blechman, Kamille, New York, N. Y. Hat. 2,189,559; 
Feb. 6. 

Blechner, Heinrich, Vienna, Germany. Automatic regula- 
tion of exposure in photographic apparatus. 2,206,626 ; 
July 2. 



Blessing, Alexander F., near Newville, Pa. Erection 
gauge. 2,205,339 ; June 18. 

Blessing, Edgar F., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to C. W. 
Guttzeit, New York, N. Y. Alloy steeL 2,201,072; 
May 14. 

Blessing, L. G. (See Herrmann, W. A., and Adensam, 
assignors.) 

Blessing, L. G. (See Walliser, Robert E., assignor.) 

Blessing, Roy G. (See Simons, W. R., and Blessing.) 

Bletso, Bruce N., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
The American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Tensioning tool. 2,187,298; Jan. 16. 

Bletz, Edward, Lexington, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Thermostat. 2,210,701 ; Aug. 6. 

Blewett, John, assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Press box locking mechanism. 2,219,586 ; Oct. 29. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Fibroin spinning solutions. Re. 21,454 ; May 21. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Fibroin spinning solutions. Re. 21,455 ; May 21. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Fibroin spinning solutions. Re. 21,456 ; May 21. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 
North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Stabilizing carbohydrate derivatives. 2,206,872 ; July 9. 

Blicke, Frederick F., Washtenaw County, assignor to The 
IJegents of tiie University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. Aryl amino compounds. 2,216,155 ; Oct. 1. 

Blickenstorfer, Albert. (See Ziircher, J., and Blicken- 
storfer.) 

Bligh, Norman R., and A. Bloch, Wembley, England, as- 
signors to Hazeltine Corporation. Carrier-frequency 
receiving system. 2,194,292 ; Mar. 19. 

Bliley Electric Company. (See Wolfskin, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Blish, Russell A., deceased, Racine, Wis., by L. D. Jones, 
administrator, Kenilworth, 111., and H. D. Rench, 
Racine, Wis. Drink mixer. 2,222,601 ; Nov. 26. 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Cannon, Earl, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Moulder, Jerry L., assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Nash, L. W., and Martin, 
assignors. ) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Strout, Robert W., as- 
signor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Williamson, Larkin R., 
assignor. ) 

Bliss, Prank E., Vancouver, Wash. Heating coil. 
2,195.142 : Mar. 26. 

Bliss, Harold N., and G. E. Fenton, assignors to Morse 
Chain Company, Ithaca, N. Y. Feeding apparatus. 
2,200,831 ; May 14. 

Bliss, Harold N., and 6. E. Fenton, assignors to Morse 
Chain Company, Ithaca, N. Y. Hydraulic drive mecha- 
nism. 2,200.832 : May 14. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, Conn., assignor to Veeder-Root 
Incorporated. Pick counter. 2,193,159 ; Mar. 12. 

Bliss, Robert H., Syracuse, N. Y. Window operator and 
lock. 2,208,889 ; July 23. 

Bliss, Sherwood C. (See Peo, R. F., and Bliss.) 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Maine, assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. Electrical phase reversal device. 
2,196,381 ; Apr. 9. 

Bliss, William R., Middletown, Conn. Modulation. 
2,220,201 ; Nov. 5. 

Blizard, Charles E., assignor to Western Cartridge Com- 
pany, New Haven, Conn. Safety device for the firing 
mechanisms of firearms. 2,225,o83 ; Dec. 17. 

Blizard, John, Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Furnace. 2,186,474 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Bloc, Fr^dgric B., assignor to Societe des Anciens, Etab- 
lissements Lhuillier, Dijon, France. Grain-sorting ma- 
chine. 2,191,843 ; Feb. 27. 

Bloch, Alfred. (See Bllgh, N. E., and Bloch.) 

Bloch, Edward, Detroit, Mich., and J. K. Kahn, Chicago, 
111., assignors to W. M. Chace Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Thermostatic control. 2 197,091 ; Apr. 16. 

Bloch, Godfrey, New York, N. Y. Fabric-making material. 
2,200,946 ; May 14. 

Bloch, Herman S. (See Thomas, C. L., and Bloch.) 

Bloch, Herman S., and C. L. Thomas, assignors to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Manu- 
facture of catalysts. 2,216,262 ; Oct. 1. 

Bloch, Richard, Pelham Manor, and J. H. Worrall, as- 
signors to Liberty Lace and Netting Works, New York, 
N. Y. Lace fabric. 2,188,640 ; Jan. 30. 

Bloch, Rudolf, and F. Goldberger, Moravska Ostrava, 
Czechoslovakia. Absorption refrigeration system. 
2,192,824; Mar. 5. 

Blocher, Charles M., North Manchester, Ind. Safety-lock 
equipped coupling pin. 2,204,116 ; June 11. 

Block, Alexander E., University City, Mo. Adjustable 
shoe. 2,220,4.39 ; Nov. 5. 

Block, Clara, New York, N. Y. Notebook. 2,200,146 ; 
May 7. 

Block, David J., Winnetka, 111., assignor to H. M. Cable. 
Dye stripping. 2,222,526 ; Nov. 19. 

Block, Harold C, and L. A. Layne, Houston, Tex. ; said 
Block assignor to said Layne. Bottom connection screw 
through setting tool. 2,197,403 ; Apr. 16. 

Block, Otto. (See Bing, J., and Block.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Block, Robert. (See Sommers, A. L., and Litlger, as- 
signors.) 

Blocker, Preston B., assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
H. H. Uhli and twenty-five per cent to J. H. Shettler, 
Silver City, N. Mex. Piston and ring assembly. 
2,187,724; Jan. 23. 

Blocker, Raymond V., Huntington, Ind., assignor to T-Z 
Railway Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Lubricating 
apparatus. 2,214,242; Sept. 10. 

Blodgett, Albert G., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Automatic stoker. 2,208,622 ; July 
23. 

Blodgett, Herbert C, assignor to Overhead Door Cor- 
poration, Hartford City, Ind. Safety catch for verti- 
cally sliding doors. 2,185,828 ; Jan. 2. 

Blodgett, Herbert C, assignor to Overhead Door Corpo- 
ration, Hartford City, Ind. Counterbalance for ver- 
tically sliding doors. 2,194,111 ; Mar. 19. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Film structure and prep- 
aration. 2,220,860 ; Nov. 5. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Reduction of surface re- 
flection. 2,220,861 ; Nov. 5. 

Blodgett, Katharine 15., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Low-reflectance glass. 
2,220,862 ; Nov. 5. 

Blom, Carl, and M. L. Edwards, assignors to Bingham 
Pump Company, Inc., Portland, Oreg. Wet type gas 
pump. 2,211,316 ; Aug. 13. 

Blom, Conrad C, Springfield, Mass., assignor to Bigelow- 
Sanford Carpet Co. Inc., Thompsonville, Conn. Ax- 
minster setting frame. 2,192,889 ; Mar. 12. 

Blom, Conrad C, Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to Bigelow- 
Sanford Carpet Co., Inc., Thompsonville, Conn. Setting 
frame. 2,207,607 ; July 9. 

Blomberg, Martin P., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Railway car truck. 
2,189,125: Feb. 6. 

Blomberg, Martin P., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cushioning mechanism. 2,216.429 ; Oct. 1. 

Blomberg, Martin P., and W. H. Mussey, assignors to 
Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Railway car. 2,190,144 ; Feb. 13. 

Blomer, Alfred, Wiembach, near Opladen, and W. Becker, 
Cologne-Mulheim, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Chlorine containing lacquer raw materials. 2,222,345 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Blomfield, Frederick C. (See Chamberlin, Benjamin D., 
assignor. ) 

Blomfield, Frederick C, Coldwater, and M. H. Johanson, 
Rochester, N. Y. ; said Johanson assignor to said Blom- 
field. Tabulating machine. 2,189,935 ; Feb. 13. 

Blomgren, Carl, Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Wood News- 
paper Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Mul- 
tiple point control for inking mechanism. 2,201,942 ; 
May 21. 

BlommS, Henry F., Worcester, Mass. Fishing tackle. 
2,219,886; Oct. 29. 

Blomquist, Roy A., Chicago, 111. Tape applying machine. 
2,192,634 ; Mar. 5. 

Blomqvist, Gustav M., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Ice spoon. 2,196,244; Apr. 9. 

Blomqvist, Gustav M., and S. F. Torstensson, Stockholm, 
Sweden, assignors by mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,212,111 ; Aug. 20. 

Blomqvist, Gustav M., and S. F. Torstensson, Stockholm, 
Sweden, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Servel, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,219,439. 
Oct. 29. 

Blood, Harold L. (See Schmidt, W. D., and Blood.) 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Guard arrangement for ma- 
chine tools. 2,203,979 ; June 11. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Offsetting arrangement for 
boring tools and the like. 2,220,779 ; Nov. 5. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Offsetting arrangement for 
boring tools and the lilre. 2,222,307 ; Nov. 19. 

Blood, Howard E., Detroit, and O. E. Norberg, Ferndale, 
Mich., assignors to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,223,947 ; Dec. 3. 

Blood, Robert A., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Shock resisting lamp receptacle. 
2,212,728 ; Aug. 27. 

Bloom, Israel, New York, N. Y. Lipstick applicator. 
2,201,467 ; May 21. 

Bloom, Oscar T. (See Frederick, L. D., and Bloom.) 

Bloom, Oscar H. (See Kevelson, M., and Bloom.) 

Bloomberg, David J., Newton, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Elastic fluid turbine. 2,186,952 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Bloomberg, Joseph B., assignor to Milwaukee Saddlery 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Cushioned seat. 2,208,745 ; 
July 23. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Display ease structure. 
2,217,725 ; Oct. 15. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Gas administration. 2,192,429 ; Mar. 5. 



Bloomheart, John L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
M. F. McKesson, Toledo, Ohio. Contact thermometer. 
2,195,019 ; Mar. 26. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Pleural diagnosis and treatment. 2,206,687 ; 
July 2. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Vaporizer. 2,206,688 ; July 2. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Respirator control. 2,220,672 ; Nov. 5. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. P. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Valve for absorbers. 2,220,673 ; Nov. 5. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Mouth prop. 2,220,674 ; Nov. 5. 

Bloomquist, Evert V., Wausau, Wis. Meat and bone grind- 
ing machine. 2,224,948 ; Dec. 17. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The International Derrick 
& Equipment Company of Texas, Beaumont, Tex. Brake 
for drums. 2,195,200 ; Mar. 26. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The International Derrick 
& Equipment Company of Texas, Beaumont, Tex. Ro- 
tary drilling machine. 2,223,779 ; Dec. 3. 

Blosser, Herman G. (See Shields, C. B., and Blosser.) 

Blosser, Herman G., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Track sec- 
tion clearing apparatus for railway signaling systems. 
2,213,186 ; Sept. 3. 

Blosser, John E. (See Burke, P., and Blosser.) 

Blossom, Frederick M., Peoria, 111. Belt. 2,202,644 ; 
May 28. 

Blouch, Levi H. (See Ferla, John, assignor.) 

Blount, Arthur L. (See Jones, P. H., and Blount.) 

Blount, Artliur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Purification of organic acids. 2,191,449 ; Feb. 27. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Refining oxy-acids obtained from oxidized hydrocarbons. 
2,220,506; Nov. 5. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Refining organic acids obtained from oxidized hydro- 
carbons. 2,220,507 ; Nov. 5. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to 
Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Manufacture of alkylated isoparaffinic hydrocarbons. 
2,225,544 ; Dec. 17. 

Blount, Clinton W., Upper Montclalr, N. J. Manufactur- 
ing hollow objects. 2,202,042 ; May 28. 

Blount, Frank E., Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ringing system. 2,193,855 ; Mar. 19. 

Blount, Frank E., Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ringing system. 2,222,248; Nov. 19. 

Blount, Harry, and H. P. Arkema, Baltimore, Md., as- 
signors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Making metallic ribbon. 2,193,856 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Blount, Hobart H., Indianapolis, assignor of one-third to 
O. G. Ottinger, Muncie, and one-third to H. M. Engle- 
dow, Indianapolis, Ind. Tree mover device. 2,210,969 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Blount, Lemev G., Little Rock, Ark. Hat Blocking ma- 
chine. 2,1§6,663 ; Jan. 9. 

Blow, Arthur E., et al. (See Dautrick, Owen L., assignor.) 

Blowney, Walter E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Elastic fluid turbine. 
2 215 997 * Sept. 24. 

Bloxom,' Harvey L., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Bubble blower. 
2,205,028 ; June 18. 

Bloxsom, Allan P., Houston, Tex. Termite control. 
2,213,380; Sept. 3. 

Blu, Marshall A., assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Welding. 2,194,272 ; Mar. 19. 

Bludalk, Inc. (See Heinzelman, Alphonse A., assignor.) 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Cumberland, Md., assignor to 
Celanese Corporation of America. Organic compounds. 

2.198.651 ; Apr. 30. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Cumberland, Md., assignor to 
Celanese Corporation of America. Alcohol oxidation. 

2.204.652 ; June 18. 

Blue, Arthur A., Sewickley, Pa. Speed indicating device. 
2,193,388; Mar. 12. 

Blue, J. Curtis. (See Carlson, Axel S., assignor.) 

Blue, John, Jr., Laurinburg, N. C. Plow. 2,201,846; 
May 21. 

Blue, Robert D. (See Keyl, A. C, and Blue.) 

Bluemink, Gary G. (See Beck, E, J., and Bluemink.) 

Bluemel Bros. Limited. (See Bluemel, Frank W., as- 
signor. ) 

Bluemel, Frank W., assignor to Bluemel Bros. Limited, 
Wolston, near Coventry, England. Steering mecha- 
nism for vehicles. 2,218,841 ; Oct. 22. 

Blue Ridge Glass Corporation. (See Jones, James R., 
assignor.) 

BluPstoHP, Charles, University City, Mo. Depository book. 
2.226,422 ; Dec. 24. 

Bluhm, Charles E., Rochester, N. Y. Tip for cigarettes. 

2.224.588 ; Dec. 10. 

Blum, Frank M., assignor to Hamischfeger Corporation, 

Milwaulree, Wis. Circuit closer. 2,189,190; Feb. 6. 
Blum, Frederick G., Jr., assignor to Taylor Instrument 
Companies. Rochester, N. Y. Recording device. 

2.224.589 : Dec. 10. 



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Blum, Harold T., Glemnont, assignor to Brier Hill Cor 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker pipe. 2,191, OOG 
Feb. 20. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker pipe. 2,207,849 
July 16. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Smoking pipe. 2,209,441 
July 30. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Smoking pipe. 2,210,198 
Aug. 6. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker pipe. 2,210,199 
Aug. 6. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker mechanism. 
2,210,791 ; Aug. 6. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker pipe. 2,213,896 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Stoker pipe. 2,218,414 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Blum, Harold T., Glenmont, assignor to Briar Hill Cor- 
poration, Millersburg, Ohio. Smoking pipe. 2,223,544 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Blum, Hosmer L., assignor to S. F. Bowser & Company, 
Incorporated, Fort Wayne, Ind. Flow control appara- 
tus. 2,191,194 ; Feb. 20. 

Blum, Hosmer L., Fort Wayne, Ind. Fluid meter. 
2.198,103 ; Apr. 23. 

Blum, Robert J., Indian Hill, and M. W. Gilbert, Lock- 
land, Ohio. Apparatus for testing the crush strength 
of paper. 2,224,248 ; Dec. 10. 

Blumberg, Harry S. (See Hopkins, R. K., and Blumberg.) 

Blumberg, Harry S., assignor to The M. W. Kellogg Co., 
New York, N. Y. Welding composition. 2,191,473 ; 
Feb. 27. 

Blume, Louis F., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Transformer tap-changing system. 
2,200,979 ; May 14. 

Blume, Walter, Brandenburg, assignor of one-half to Arado 
Flugzeugwerke Gesellschaft mit Beschrankter Haftung, 
Brandenburg (Havel), Germany. Aircraft supporting 
wing. 2,207,453 ; July 9. 

Blumenthal, Samuel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Surgical instru- 
ment. 2,202,618 ; May 28. 

Blumenthal, Sidney, and Co. (See Jacobsen, Earl S., as- 
signor.) 

Blumenthal, Sidney E., New Orleans, La. Mattress 
ticking. 2,222,999 ; Nov. 26. 

Blumer, Manuel. (See Breth, F. W., and Blumer.) 

Blumer, Manuel, Butler, G. A. Kessler, Petrolia, and L. 
Salzmann, Butler, Pa., assignors to L. Sonneborn Sons, 
Inc. Emulsifying agent and its production. 2,201,119 ; 
May 14. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries, Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. 
Thermionic valve amplifying circuit. 2,185,367 ; Jan. 2. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. Impedance network for coupling electric cable 
circuits. 2,204,721 ; June 18. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited. Hayes, Middlesex, England. 
Television system. 2,210,523 ; Aug. 6. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries, Limited, Haves, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. Signaling system. 2,212,558 ; Aug. 27. 

Blumlein, Alan D., London, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Ther- 
mionic valve amplifying circuits. 2.218,902 : Oct. 22. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited, Haves, Middlesex, England. 
Thermionic amplifier. 2,222,933 ; Nov. 26. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. 
Television transmitting and receiving system. 2,222,934 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Middlesex, England. 
Transmission of electrical signals having a direct cur- 
rent component. 2,224,134 ; Dec. 10. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, and E. L. C. White, 
Hillingdon, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries 
Limited, Hayes, England. Background reinserter. 
2,227,056 ; Dec. 31. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Haves, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. Radio receiver. 2,227,057 ; Dec. 31. 

Blumlein, Alan D., Ealing, London, assignor to Electrical 
and Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, Eng- 
land. Sweep circuit. Re. 21,400 ; Mar. 19. 

Blunck, Ford H. (See Hull, C. M., and Blunck.) 

Blunck, Ford H., assignor to Standard Oil Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Catalytic cracking and cracking catalysts. 
2,206,021 : July 2. 

Blunk, Daniel Q., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Slope gauge for 
graders. 2,189,699 ; Feb. 6. 

Blunk, Heinrich. (See Prilss, M., and Blunk.) 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Smoke lifter for 
locomotives. 2,185,242 ; Jan. 2. 



Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Railway vehicle. 
2,196,007 ; Apr. 2. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American 
Locomotive Company, New York, N. Y. Articulated 
locomotive. 2,200,833 ; May 14. 

Bly, Merwyn, Leesburg, Va. Apparatus for testing and 
improving articulation. 2,212,431 ; Aug. 20. 

Bly, Merwyn, Leesburg, Va. Ultra short wave radio re- 
ceiver. 2,226,657; Dec. 31. 

Blythen, Frank. (See Browne, C. O., and Blythen.) 

(See Browne, C. O., Hardwick, Blythen, 



(See McGee, J. D., Lubszynski, and 



Blythen, Frank, 
and White.) 

Blythen, Frank. 
Blythen.) 

Blythen, Roy. (See Hardwick, J., Blythen, and White.) 

Boaler, William H. (See Guyler, A. F., and Boaler.) 

Boardman Company, The. (See Whitlock, Harold W., as- 
signor.) 

Boardman, Odessa D., Chester, Tex. Garage door oper- 
ator. 2,202,943 ; June 4. 

Boardman, Whitlock, assignor to Ferguson Brothers Man- 
ufacturing Company, Hoboken, N. J. Folding table. 
2,215,093 ; Sept. 17. 

Boatright, Arthur J., and A. T. Newman, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Economy Carburetor Incorporated, 
Kansas City, Mo. Fuel vaporizing apparatus for inter- 
nal combustion engines. 2,205,388 ; June 25. 

Bobb, Lloyd J., assignor to Philco Radio and Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Horn type loud-speaker. 
2,201,073 ; May 14. 

Bobbroff, James D., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Ever- 
sharp Lawmnower Co. Lawn-mower. 2,212,873 ; Aug. 
27. 

Bobbroff, James D., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Eversharp 
Lawnmower Co. Lawn mower. 2,214,116 ; Sept. 1(). 

Bobek, William, Detroit, Mich. Concealed hinge. 
2,203,041 ; June 4. 

Bobian, King S., Montrose, Pa. Assorting device. 
2,197,576; Apr. 16. 

Bobo, Edward H., Ranger, Tex. Fish lure. 2,217,789 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Bobo, Stephen N., assignor to R. P. Sniffen, New York, 
N. Y. Hot water heater. 2,227,293 ; Dec. 31. 

Boboian, George D., Worcester, Mass. Air heater for 
ranges. 2,220,637 ; Nov. 5. 

Bobrick, Arthur L., San Marino, Calif. Dispenser. 
2,193,897 ; Mar. 19. 

Bocca, Carlo, and D. Rudatis, Venice, Italy. Obtaining 
in projection images in colors. 2,189,751 ; Feb. 13. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, assignor to Barmer 
Maschinenfabrik Aktiengesellsehaft, Wuppertal-Ober- 
barmen, Germany. Double twist twisting spindle. 
2,187,996; Jan. 23. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, assignor to Barmer 
Maschinenfabrik Aktiengesellsehaft, Wuppertal-Ober- 
barmen, Germany. Roller bearing twisting spindle. 
2,207,495 ; July 9. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, assignor to Barmer 
Maschinenfabrik, Aktiengesellsehaft, Wuppertal-Ober- 
barmen, Germany. Double twist twisting spindle. 
2,207,574 ; July 9. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, assignor to Barmer 
Maschinenfabrik Aktiengesellsehaft, Wuppertal-Ober- 
barmen, Germany. Twisting spindle, especially for 
artificial silk. 2,210,358 ; Aug. 6. 

Bock, Clarence H., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,188,453 ; Jan. 30. 

Bock, Clarence H., Royal Oak, assignor to Hydraulic Brake 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure actuated 
brake. 2,214,951 ; Sept. 17. 

Bock Corporation. (See Bock, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Bock, Diedrich K., Buffalo, N. Y. Toy. 2,202,083 ; May 
28. 

Bock, Ernest H. (See Conner, G. O., and Bock.) 

Bock, Eugen. (See Reppe, W., Hoelscher, Menger, and 
Bock.) 

Bock, Irving I., Dallas, Tex. Air conditioning device. 
2,203,590 ; June 4. 

Bock, Lawrence, Newark, N. J., and R. C. Reed, Queens 
Village, N. Y., assignors to William Crabb & Company, 
Newark, N. J. Laminated lag for shoddy picker cylin- 
ders. 2,193,528; Mar. 12. 

Bock, Louis H. (See Powers, D. H., Bock, and Houk.) 

Bock, Louis H., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Aliphatic di-oxymethylene quaternary 
ammonium halides and producing them. 
June 18. 

Bock, Louis H., assignor to Rohm & Haa 
Philadelphia, Pa. Waterproofing fabrics. 
July 30. 

Bock, Louis H., Glenside, and A. L. Houk, assignors to 
The Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Aminomethylene amino-l,3,5-triazines. 
2,210,831 ; Aug. 6. 

Bock, Louis H., and A. L. Houk, assignors to ROhm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Improving the wash- 
fastness of sizes with aminomethylamide derivatives 
2,220,508 ; Nov. 5. 

Bock. Oscar L., assignor to Bock Corporation, Madison. 
Wis. Ignition device. 2,194,081 ; Mar. 19. 

Bock. Walter, Cologne-Riehl, assignor to I. G. Farben- 
industrie Aktiengesellsehaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Polymerization product. 2,194,416 ; Mar. 
19. 



2,204,653 ; 

Company, 
2,209,383 ; 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bockius, Chris, Stamford, Conn., C. S. Batcbelor, Ilas- 
brouck Heights, and J. A. Cook, Paterson, assignors to 
Raybestos-Manhattau, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Friction 
material. 2,217,001 ; Oct. 8. 

Bockman, Arthur, Chicago, 111. Display receptacle. 
2,210,5(30 ; Aug. 6. 

Bockmiihl, Max, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on-the-Maiu- 
Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Aromatic arsonic and sti- 
bonic acids. 2,185,972 ; Jan. 2. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, and H. Ruschig, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sterine de- 
rivatives having the character of the sexual hormones 
and preparing them. 2,188,330 ; Jan. 30. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, H. Ruschig, and W. Aumiiller, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Preparing derivatives of the cyclopentanopolyhydro- 
phenanthrene. 2,188,870 ; Jan. 30. 

Bockmiihl, Max, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on-the-Main. 
Germany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Hydrogen ester salts of gluco- 
sidea and preparing the same. 2,189,723 ; Feb. 6. 

Bockmiihl, Max, W. Krohs, F. Racke, and K. Windisch. 
Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hocbst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
N-methylsulphites and N-methanesulphinic acid salts of 
l-aryl-2,3-dialkyl-4-alkylamino-pyrazolones. 2,193,788 : 
Mar. 19. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, H. Ruschig, and W. Aumiiller. 
Prankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Compounds of the cyclopentanopolyhydrophenanthrenc 
series and preparing them. 2.202,619 ; May 28. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, H. Ruschig, and W. Aumiiller, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
22,23-Dibromostigmasterolacetate and preparing it. 
2,203,611 ; June 4. 

Bockmiihl, Max, G. Ehrhart, H. Ruschig, and W. Aumiiller, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, Germany, assignors to 
Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Preparing compounds having the character of the male 
sexual hormones. 2,212,363 ; Aug. 20. 

Bockmiihl, Max, L. Middendorf, and P. Pritzsche, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main, Germany, assignors to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Complex 
mercury-methylxanthine compounds. 2,213,457 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Bockmiihl, Max, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, and E. 
Bartholomaus, Wiesbaden-Biebrich, Germany, assignors 
to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Glucosides of polyhydroxy-flavones and polyhydroxy- 
flavanones. 2,224,807 ; Dec. 10. 

Bockwitz, Andrew J. (See Self, Grafton H., assignor.) 

Boda, Joseph, Budapest, Hungary. Electric curling iron. 
2,192,890 ; Mar. 12. 

Bodde, Bernard M., assignor to Flat Light Screen Co. 
Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Manufacture of translucent 
screens. 2,202,370 : May 28. 

Bodde, Bernard M., Hollywood, assignor to Flat Light 
Screen Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Projection screen. 
2,216,901 ; Oct. 8. 

Boddicker, Floyd L., Ishpeming, Mich., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing 
of progressive-burning smokeless powder and product 
thereof. 2,186,516; Jan. 9. 

Boddicker. Floyd L., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of smokeless 
powder., 2,210,871 ; Aug. 6. 

Boddy, Leonard, Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to The An- 
derson Company, Gary, Ind. Operating means for in- 
dicating systems and apparatus. 2,214,008 ; Sept. 10. 

Bode, Edgar C, Courtland, Minn. Automobile door lock. 
2.191.437: Feb. 27. 

Bode, Harold E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Corn Products Refining Company, New York, 
N. Y. Filler and making same. 2,188,494 ; Jan. 30. 

Bode, Richard, and A. von Petery, Kiel, assignors to 
Anschutz & Co. G. m. b. H., Kiel-Neumuhlen, Germany. 
Instrument, more particularly gyroscopic apparatus. 
2.198,023 : Apr. 23. 

Boden, Cecil W., Oakland, Calif. Trailer hitch. 2,216,584; 

Boden, Ernest G., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing mounting. 2,208,863 ; 
July 23. 

Bodendieck, Henry W., Taylorvllle, 111., assignor to A. B. 
Chance Co., Centralia, Mo. Conductor holder. 
2,195,020 ; Mar. 26. 

Bodendieck, Henry W., Taylorvllle, 111., assignor to Tips 
Tool Co., Centralia, Mo. Electrical connector, 
2,200,380 ; May 14. 

Bodendieck, Henry W.. Taylorvllle, 111., assignor to A. B. 
Chance Co., Centralia, Mo. Fuse device. 2,212,632; 
Aug. 27. 

Bodendieck, Henry W., assignor to Tips Tool Company, 
Inc., Taylorvllle, 111. Fused disconnect switch. 
2.212,633 : Aug. 27. 

Bodenheim, Francis A., Kew Gardens, N. Y., and C. E. 
Heath, Dedham, Mass., assignors to Applied Sugar 
Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Adsorbent mate- 
rial and process. 2,209,069 ; July 23. 

Bodie, Oliver W., Hammond, Ind. Projector. 2,221,753 ; 
Nov. 19. 



Bodin, Harry, et al. (See Redding, Harry B., assignor.) 

Bodine, Clarence E. (See Yochem, E., and Bodine.) 

Bodkin, Irving S., New York, assignor to Conrad Razor 
Blade Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Razor blade 
assembling machine and method. 2,209,724 ; July 30. 

Bodman, John W., Winchester, assignor to Lever Brothers 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Soap and producing same. 
2,215,539 ; Sept. 24. 

BodO, Gabor K., Budapest, Hungary. Fountain pen hold- 
er. 2,198,756 ; Apr. 30. 

Boe, Walter, and T. G. Stuppy, San Gabriel, Calif. Hack 
saw blade. 2,214,827 ; Sept. 17. 

Boeckeler, Benjamin C, assignor to The Lummus Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Treating feed water. 
2,222,559 ; Nov. 19. 

Boecking, Ewald, Great Kills, Staten Island, assignor to 
International Projector Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Driving and synchronizing mechanism for motion 
picture projectors. 2,211,808 ; Aug. 20. 

Boedecker, Friedrich, Berlin-Dahlem, and H. Gruber, 
Berlin-Steglitz, Germany. Bismuth salts of a substi- 
tuted malonic acid and making them. 2,220,638 ; Nov. 5. 

Boedeker, Anthony, Cincinnati, Ohio. Bottle breaker. 
2,190,971 ; Feb. 20. 

Boedeker, Karl, Prankfort-on-the-Main-Hochst, and O. 
Kohler, Frankfort-on-the-Main-Unterliederbach, Ger- 
many, assignors, by mesne assignments, to W. H. Duis- 
berg, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for introducing gases 
into liquids. 2,223,348 ; Dec. 3. 

Boeder, Paul A. K., H. W. Hill, and E. D. Tillyer, as- 
signors to American Optical Company, Southbrldge, 
Mass. Ophthalmic lens. 2,216,182 ; Oct. 1. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Bearing. 2,198,240; Apr, 23. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Annealing malleable iron. 
2,198,801 ; Apr. 30. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Corpo- 
ration, Detroit, Mich. Decarburized white iron casting. 

2.225.968 ; Dec. 24. 

Boegehold, Hans, assignor to the firm of Carl Zeiss, Jena, 
Germany. Microscope objective. 2.206.155; July 2. 

Boehle, Gustave B., Ozone Park, N. Y. Multiple-repeat 
router. 2,214,450 ; Sept. 10. 

Boehm, Frederick, assignor to Schutte and Koerting Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotameter. 2,220,675; 
Nov. 5. 

Boehm, Robert M., assignor to Masonite Corporation, 
Laurel Miss. Making board products and recovering 
water solubles from fibrous ligno-cellulose material. 
2,224,135; Dec. 10. 

Boehme, John O., Washington, N. J. Hand guard. 
2.200,019 ; May 7. 

Boehme, Paul C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Adjustable collar. 
2,217,656 ; Oct. 15. 

Boehne, Eugene W., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High speed permanent magnet 
electroresponsivG device. 2,188,803 ; Jan. 30. 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Evans, Donald E., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. See Price, Nathan C, as- 
signor.) 

Boeker, Walter, Berlin-Grunewald, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Control system. 2,188,804 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Boeker, Walter, Berlin-Grunewald, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Control system. 2,223,163; 
Nov. 26. 

Boelman, George, Shell Rock, Iowa, assignor of one-half 
to G. Dieterman, Preeport, 111. Tractor guide. 
2,211,049 ; Aug. 13. 

Boenau, Arthur H. (See Shipp, V. L., Boenau, and 
Ramsay.) 

Boenecke, Alfred, Berlin, Germany. Fastener. 
2,188,620; Jan. 30. 

Boenecke, Alfred, Berlin, Germany. Hinge connection. 

2.205.969 ; June 25. 

Boente, Leo. (See Pier, M., Boente, and Eisenhtit.) 

Boente, Leo, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, assignor to I. O. 
Parbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Production of phosphorescent sub- 
stances. 2,219,205 ; Oct. 22. 

Boepple, Hans, Valley Cottage, N. Y. Knit fabric and 
garment construction. 2,186,572 ; Jan. 9. 

Boer, Albert G., deceased, by C. Boer-van der Wurff, sole 
heir, Naarden, and J. van Niekerk, Amsterdam, E. H. 
Reerink, Bussum, and A. van Wijk, Eindhoven, Nether- 
lands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Hartford 
National Bank and Trust Company, trustee, Hartford, 
Conn. Vitamin. 2,216,719 ; Oct. 8. 

Boer, Cornelia, sole heir. (See Boer, A. G., van Niekerk, 
Reerink and van Wijk.) 

Boerger, Martin G. (See Munch, H. S., and Boerger.) 

Boerger, Martin G., assignor to Modine Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Seam soldering machine for 
radiator headers. 2,189,540 ; Feb. 6. 

Boering Specialty Co. (See Lindgren, Ferdinand, as- 
signor.) 

Boerma, Henry E., assignor to Pneu-Hydro Road Ma- 
chinery Company, Cadillac, Mich. Road planer 
2,213,300; Sept. 3. 

Boerner, Walter, Waring, Tex. Refrigerator door lock. 
2,210,229 ; Aug. 6, 



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Boerscli, Hans, Berlin-Reinickendorf, assignor to Allge- 
meine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Electron device. 2,202.620; May 28. 

Boescli, Arthur H. (See Franz, F., Boescli, and Pasb.) 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Preparation ot 
N-substituted lutidones. 2,185,243 ; Jan. 2. ^ , . , 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Halogenation of 
diketene. 2,209,683 ; July 30. 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Preparation of 
aromatic 1,3-diketones. 2,214,117 ; Sept. 10. 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Preparation of 
ketene. 2,218,066 ; Oct. 15. 

Boestad, Gustav K. W. (See Lysholm, A., and Boestad, 
assignors.) 

Boester, Carl F., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Cooling apparatus 
for cooling beverages and the like. 2,214,009 ; Sept. 10. 

Boettcher, Arthur H. (See Illsley, Frank P.. assignor.) 

Boettcher, Gustav A., Jamaica, N. Y. Prebuilt mattress 
and box spring border machine. 2,218,785 : Oct. 22. 

Boettcher Paul F., Grand Haven, Jlich., assignor to The 
Bastian-Blessing Company, Chicago, HI. Hinge. 
2,222,428; Nov. 19. ^, , 

Boettcher, William A. F., Chicago, 111. Floor block. 
2,226,540 : Dec. 31. ^ . 

Boettcher, William J. F., Chicago, HI. Meat-tendering 
appliance. 2,213,897; Sept. 3. 

Boeve, Paul F., assignor to Waldorf Paper Products Com- 
pany, SI. Paul, Minn. Box. 2,210,162 ; Aug. 6. 

Boezi,' John, and R. Papiri, Binghamton, N. Y. Apparatus 
for cleaning and flushing radiators and the like. 
2,187,413 ; Jan. 16. . „, . ^ 

Bogart, Oren E.. and E. A. Miller, Yakima, Wash. Con- 
veyer. 2,206,156 ; July 2. 

Bogaty, Hermann S.. assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, 
Incorporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Extended bearing mo- 
tor. 2,196,952 : Apr. 9. . . , or, n t^ 

Bogdan, Mihai, Ploesti, Rumania, assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco. Calif. Stabilizing 
organic heavy metal salts. 2,199,828 ; May 7. 

Bogdan, Mihai, Ploesti, Rumania, assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco. Calif. Stabilizing 
organic heavy metal salts. 2,199,829 ; May 7. 

Roger, Ernest J., AUentown, Pa. Exercising apparatus. 
2,219,219 ; Oct. 22. 

Boggild, Axel, Trumbull, and J. Duch, Bridgeport, Conn., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Fastening de- 
vice'aiid making the same. 2.225,607 ; Dec. 24. 

Boffp-s, Burl, El Campo, Tex. Arrow. 2,209,672; July 
30. 

Boggs, Charles L., San Francisco, Calif. Cleaning de- 
vice. 2,208,659 ; July 23. 

Boggs, Rosemary, Columbus, Ohio. Lawn rake. 
2,207,653 ; July 9. 

Boggs. Walter W., et al. (See Costello, Charles E., as- 
signor.) . 

Bogin, Charles. (See Wampner, H. L., and Bogin.) 

Bogin, Charles, assignor to Commercial Solvents Corpora- 
tion, Terre Haute, Ind. Synthetic resin coating com- 
position. 2,192.583 ; Mar. 5. 

Bogner, Peter, assignor to Saml. Hanson & Son Limited, 
London, England. Insertion of vrire rips in can closures 
and apparatus therefor. 2,213.427 : Sent. 3. 

Bogoslowsky, Boris, New York, N. Y. Golf ball. 
2,200.257 ; May 14. 

Bogue. George E.. assignor of one-half to L. H. Shipley, 
Baltimore, Md. Flow-operated switch. 2,211,553 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Bohan, Joseph C, Prospect Park, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Turbine apparatus. 2,197.334 ; Apr. 16. 

Bohan. Joseph C, Prospect Park, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Slanufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Turbine blade shroud. 2,197,335 ; Apr. 16 

Bnhannon, William B., Westfield, N. J., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. 
N. Y. Measuring system. 2,200.819 ; May 14. 

Bohle, Fred, assignor to Illinois Tool Works, Chicago, 111. 
Rifling tool. 2.210,848 : Aug. 6. 

Bohle. Fred, assignor to Illinois Tool Works, Chicago, 111. 
Rifling tool. 2.210.849 : Aug. 6. 

Bohler. Jesse M.. Atlanta. Ga. Combination club and 
firearm. 2.195.690; Apr. 2. 

Bohm Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Frost, Al- 
fred W., assignor.) 

Bohm, Daniel R., Jr. (See Capen, John M., assignor.) 

Bohm. Erich, and T. Sabalitschka, Berlin, Germany. 
Manufacture of stabilized animal and vegetable fats 
and oils. 2,223,244 ; Nov. 26. 

Bohm, Helmut, assignor to Siiddeutsche Apparate-Fab- 
rik G. m. b. H., Nuremberg. Germany. Voltage regu- 
lating device. 2,207,234 ; July 9. 

BShme. Joachim, Berlin-Schoneberg, assignor to Fides 
Gesellschaft fttr die Verwaltung und Verwertung von 
gewerblichen ScHutzrechten mit beschiUnkter Haftung, 
Berlin. Germany. Electron discharge device. 
2,203,249 ; June 4. 

Bohm. Otto. Hutton Brentwood, England, assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Aerial system. 
2,207,504; July 9. 



Bohmer, Clarence I., and A. E. Davis, assignors to The 
Jaeger Machine Company, Columbus, Ohio. Water 
supply and measuring tank for concrete mixers. 
2,191,419 ; Feb. 20. 

Bohmer, Henry Jr., Woodbury Heights, and S. S. Lippin- 
cott, Palmyra, assignors to "Flexitallic" Gasket Com- 
pany, Camden, N. J. Gasket pressure control. 
2,196,953 ; Apr. 9. 

Bohmer, Henry, Jr., Riverton, and S. S. Lippincott, 
Palmyra, assignors to "Flexitallic" Gasket Companv, 
Camden, N. J. Gasket. 2,200,212 ; May 7. 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See McCullough, 
William E., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Nelson, 
Adolph L., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation, The. (See Ragan, 
Frederick H., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Schoen, Paul 
F., assignor.) 

Bohn, Jacob L. (See Nadig, F. H., and Bohn.) 

Bohn, Kenneth R. (See Hall, E. A., and Bohn.) 

Bohn Refrigerator Company, The. (See Hoffberger, Saul 
C, assignor.) 

Bohne, Douglas, New York, N. Y. Tail gate operating 
mechanism. 2,220,202 ; Nov. 5. 

Bohnin, Wallace W., et al. (See Ufen, Otto, assignor.) 

Bohnke, Herman C, Carnegie, assignor to Superior Paper 
Products Company, Crafton, Pa. Packing device. 
2,192,992 ; Mar. 12. 

Bohnsack, John A., Cleveland Heights, and T. V. Balch, 
Shaker Heights, assignors to The E. F. Hauserman 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Metallic wall structure. 
2,186,953; Jan. 16. 

Bohrn, Hugo, and L. Avanzini, Linz, Austria. Determin- 
ing coordinates. 2,198,757 ; Apr. 30. 

Bohte, Steven, Denver, Colo. Auxiliary securing means 
for beef wrappers. 2,185,583 ; Jan. 2. 

Boiardi, Hector J. (See Gase, CJeorge A., assignor.) 

Boice. John E., Toledo, Ohio. Woodworldng machine. 
2,211,050 ; Aug. 13. 

Boice, Russell, Newburgh, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating 
equipment. 2,196,894; Apr. 9. 

Boiler Tube Skivers, Inc. (See Maxwell, C, and Marshall, 
assignors.) 

Boiney, Joseph F. (See Shepard, A. F., Boiney, and Son- 
tag.) 

Bois, Nathaniel, assignor to T. Silberfeld, San Francisco, 
Calif. Cutting attachment for combs. 2,188,131 ; Jan, 
23. 

Boisseau, Dan R. (See Butler, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Boisselier. Earl D., Glen Ellyn, 111. Toy typewriter. 
2,218,144; Oct. 15. 

Boisvert. Norbert. (See Lemire. Joseph, assignor.) 

Boivin, Odilon, assignor of fifty per cent to J. E. Tetreault, 
twenty-five per cent to J. E. Trepanier, and twenty- 
five per cent to J. E. Barrette, Montreal, Quebec, Can- 
ada. Shoe filler. 2,224,590 : Dec. 10. 

Bojesen, Peter L., Shanghai, China. Gear change meclui- 
nism. 2,223,716 ; Dec. 3. 

Bokemiiller, Alfred. Gaggenau, assignor to Daimler-Benz 
Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturkheim, Germany. 
Internal combustion engine receiving fuel by injection. 
2.201,221 ; May 21. 

Bokemiiller, Alfred, Gaggenau, Baden, and F. Schaub, 
Berlin-Chailottenburg, assignors to Daimler-Benz Ak- 
tiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturkheim, Germany. 
Internal combustion engine. 2,201,220 ; May 21. 

Boker, Vitus A., Minneapolis, Minn. Pr6ducing die sets. 
2,186,799; Jan. 9. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A. (See Baldwin, C. F.. and Bokovoy.) 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Heat responsive device. 
2,192,960 ; Mar. 12. 

Bolan, Wayne R., Amarillo, Tex. Air conditioner for au- 
tomobiles. 2,223,884 ; Dec. 3. 

Bolas, Harold, Providence, R. I., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Providence Braid Companv. Liquid 
chilling device. 2,216.762 ; Oct. 8. 

Bold, Arthur W. (See Bold, Frederick W. and A. W.) 

Bold, Frederick W. and A. W., Chelsea, assignors to Wal- 
tham Horological Manufacturing Companv, Waltham, 
Mass. Aerial bomb fuse. 2.190,374; Feb. 13. 

Boldizzoni, Teobaldo G., New York, N. Y. Garment fin- 
ishing machine and method. 2.186,192 ; Jan. 9. 

Boldt, Harold L.. Chase, Kans. Starting device. 
2.224.249 ; Dec. 10. 

Boldt. Werner F. ' (See Rchnell. S.. and Boldt.) 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Compressor shut-off valve 
mechanism. 2,186,320 ; Jan. 9. 

Boldt. Werner F.. Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis. Mo. Ratio changing lever 
mechanism. 2.190.972 ; Feb. 20. 

Boldt, Werner P., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Slack adjuster for brakes. 
2,194,584; Mar. 26. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Control valve mechanism. 
2,200,591 ; May 14. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation. St. Louis. Mo. Valve mechanism for fluid 
pressure systems. 2.203,042 ; June 4. 



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Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Variable ratio control 
valve. 2,206,656 ; July 2. 

Boldt, Werner F., Ciayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Adjustable mounting for 
brake shoes. 2,206,657 ; July 2. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Fluid pressure metering 
valve mechanism. 2,206,658 ; July 2. 

Boldt, Werner F., Overland, and S. Schnell, assignors to 
Wagner Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Brake 
actuating cam. 2,186,321 ; Jan. 9. 

Boldt, Werner P., Overland, and W. E. Freeman, Uni- 
versity City, assignors to Wagner Electric Corpoi'ation, 
St. Louis, Mo. Rotating piston packing cups. 
2,iill,403 ; Aug. 13. 

Boldt, Werner F., Clayton, and W. R. Freeman, University 
City, assignors to Wagner Electric Corporation, St. 
Louis, Mo. Brake control mechanism for aircraft. 
2,224,124 ; Dec. 10. 

Boldt, William C, Waukesha County, Wis. Sprocket 
wheel. 2,199,688 ; May 7. 

Bole, Floyd E., Westboro, Ontario, assignor of thirty 
per cent to J. B. MacLaughlin and thirty per cent to 
C. M. Edwards, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Inter- 
ference eliminating means for radio receiving circuits. 
2,222,739 ; Nov. 26. 

Bole, Ralph D., Pittsburgh, and E. A. Fusca, Perrysville, 
Pa., assignors to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. 
Apparatus for surfacing plate glass. 2,209,505 ; July 
30. 

Bolen, Jesse T., assignor of one-half to W. M. MacKay, 
Prineville, Oreg. Weight indicator and register for 
hoists. 2,200,572; May 14. 

Bolens, Harry W. (See Large, George, assignor.) 

Bolens, Harry W., and J. M. Altendorf, Port Washington, 
Wis. ; said Altendorf assignor to said Bolens. Chair 
iron. 2,211,090 ; Aug. 13. 

Boles, Harry S., Chicago, HI., and H. C. Cogan, Bay City, 
Mich. Overhead welding gantry. 2,220,704 ; Nov. 5. 

Bolesky, John D. (See Vaughan, V. G., and Bolesky.) 

Bolesky, John D., assignor to Metals & Controls Corpora- 
tion, Attleboro, Mass. Thermostatic switch. 
2,199,387 ; May 7. 

Bolesky, John D., assignor to Metals & Controls Corpora- 
tion, Attleboro, Mass. Thermostatic device. 2,199,388 ; 
May 7. 

Bolhofner, Edward, et al. (See Bolhhofner, P., and Koch, 
assignors.) 

Bolhofner, Peter, St. Louis, and T. Koch, St. Louis County, 
assignors of one-fourth to E. F. Pelikan and one-fourth 
to E. Bolhofner, both of St. Louis, Mo. Device for 
applying treating material to leather. 2,203,250 ; June 
4. 

Bolhuis, Frank, Holland, Mich. House model. 2,214,987 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Bolhuis, Frank, Holland, Mich. House model. 2,214,988 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag. (See Hager, Bror O., assignor.) 

Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag, et al. (See Lindblad, A. R., 
and Herneryd.) 

Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag. (See Malmqvist, Johan D., as- 
signor.) ^ 

Bolinders Fabriks Aktiebolag. (See Bilde, Tord E. D., 
assignor.) . , . 

Boline, Eldred A„ Denver, Colo. Advertising device. 
2 226 367 * Dec. 24, 

Bol'inger, George N., assignor to Sta-Rite Ginnie Lou, Inc., 
Shelbyville, 111. Lipstick construction. 2,205,808 ; 
June 25. 

Boliston, George C, Southend-on-Sea, England. Easy 
chair settee, and the like. 2,218,415 ; Oct. 15. 

Boll, William H. P., Sydney, Australia. Attrition mill. 
2,221,176 ; Nov. 12. 

Bollack, Lucien A., Paris, France. Radioelectric control 
device. 2,212,315 ; Aug. 20. 

Bollard, Arthur W., assignor to The F. D. Cummer & 
Son Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mixer tooth. 
2,187,897 ; Jan. 23. 

Bolle, L^on, assignor to La Nationale S. A., Chemin des 
Falaises, Geneva, Switzerland. Pyrophoric lighter. 
2,194,844; Mar. 26. 

Boiler, Ernest R., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. 
Del. Preservation of fibrous cellulosic material. 
2,204,066; June 11. 

Boiler, Henry A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor valve. 
2 192 703 ' Mar 5 

Bolier, Winkler & Co., Tuibenthal (im Grand). (See 
Egli, Ernst, assignor.) 

Bolles, Mervin E., Oil City, Pa. Oil well rig. 2,199,873 ; 
May 7. 

Boiling, Stewart, Cleveland, Ohio. Rubber bale cutter. 
2,211,051 ; Aug. 13. 

Boiling, Watson E., Bonny Blue, Va. Signal apparatus. 
2,196,545 : Apr. 9. 

Bollinger, Claude A., and F. K. Schefe, Gary, Ind. Ap- 
paratus for handling strip metals. 2,221,468 ; Nov. 
12. 

Bollinger, Paul, Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 
& Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Com- 
bination dust guard and gear case grease seal. 
2,186,233; Jan. 9. 



Bollman, John H., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New I'ork, N. Y. 
Power supply circuit. 2,201,983 ; M.ay 28. 

Bollman, John H., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Signal transmission system. 2,213,037 ; Aug. 27. 

Bolser, Clark M., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Signal light. 
2,204.525 ; June 11. 

Bolster, Calvin M., United States Navy. Gasoline dump- 
ing device. 2,207,713 ; July 16. 

Bolster, Ronald H., assignor to Clark Equipment Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Brake. 2,192,001 ; Feb. 27. 

Bolta Comb Company. (See Kapelman, Felix, assignor.) 

Bolte, Charles C. (See Whittington, George W., as- 
signor. ) 

BOlter, Wilhelm, Heepen in Westphalia, near Bielefeld, 
and H. Theenhausen, assignors to Anker-Werke, A. G., 
Bielefeld, Germany. Needle vibration controlling means 
for zigzag stitch sewing machines. 2,202,515 ; May 28. 

Bolton, Elmer K., and J. K. Hunt, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Clean- 
ing process. 2,225,294 ; Dec. 17. 

Bolton, Frank L., Cayuga Heights, N. Y. Production of 
salt brine. 2,200,665 ; May 14. 

Bolton, James F., Heywood, England. Apparatus for dis- 
tributing sewage over a filter bed. 2,189,513 ; Feb. 6. 

Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Stuck, Harold D., 
assignor.) 

Bolton, Mell A. (See Huber, William J., assignor.) 

Bolton, Ray F., Dallas, Tex., assignor of one-half to East- 
man Oil Well Survey Corporation of California, and one- 
half to Eastman Oil Well Survey Company of Delaware. 
Winged whipstock. 2,196,517 ; Apr. 9. 

Bolton, William J. (See Kuebler, C. A., and Bolton.) 

Bomat Inc. (See Matthes, Archer L., assignor.) 

Bommer, Johanna, Greenwich, Conn. Non-thumb-sucking 
garment and making the same. 2,223,478 ; Dec. 3. 

Bommer, Max. (See Koch, J., and Bommer.) 

Bommer Spring Hinge Company. (See Voelkel, John P., 
assignor.) 

Bonacci, Louis N. (See Hedberg, C. W. J., and Bo- 
nacci.) 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy railroad track 
switch. 2,202,546; May 28. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to The 
Lionel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Miniature track 
for toy railroads. 2,223,545 ; Dec. 3. 

Bonawit, Oby, Manassas, Va. Variable pitch propeller. 
2,224,640 ; Dec. 10. 

Bond, Albert J., Brazoria, Tex. Reel. 2,203,453 ; June 4. 

Bond, Charles C., Elkins Park, assignor to Charles Bond 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Picker stick check strap 
for automatic looms. 2,221,281; Nov. 12. 

Bond, Charles, Company. (See Bond, Charles C, as- 
signor. ) 

Bond, Donald S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electromechanical servo de- 
vice. 2,208,623 ; July 23. 

Bond, Edgar R., and C. A. Hobbs, assignors to Textile 
Specialty Company, Greensboro, N. C. Loom reed. 
2,187,997 ; Jan. 23. 

Bond Foundry & Machine Company. (See Schreck, Irvin 
P., assignor.) 

Bond, Joseph E., Middletown, Ohio. Paper making ma- 
chinery. 2,200,410 ; May 14. 

Bond, Joseph E., Middletown, Ohio. Paper pulp refiner. 
2,208,320 ; July 16. 

Bond, Myra P., Schenectady, N. Y. Hair washer and 
rinser. 2,185,495 ; Jan. 2. 

Bond, Scott R., New York, N. Y., and H. K. Lorentzen, 
Montclair, N. J. ; said Bond assignor to said Lorentzen. 
Venetian blind cord-controlling organization. 
2,192.002 ; Feb. 27. 

Bond, Sherman G., Wichita, Kans. Awning. 2,187,639 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Bond, William C, Washington, D. C. Bookstack. 
2,185,494; Jan. 2. 

Bond, Varley S., assignor to Kalo Inoculant Company, 
Qumcy, 111. Bacterial inoculant for leguminous plants. 
2,200,532 ; May 14. 

Bond, Walter L., Forest Hills, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Support- 
ing means for piezoelectric plates. 2,203,486 ; June 4. 

Bond, William C, Washington, D. C. Book stack. 
2 219 291 ■ Oct. 29. 

Bonds, Albert, Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to The American 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Method and 
apparatus for drawing rods and wire. 2,192,785 ; Mar. 
5. 

Bondurant, Carlton W., Euclid, assignor to The Titan 
Valve and Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Thermostatically operated switch mechanism. 
2,221,907 ; Nov. 19. 

Bone, Arnold R., and A. P. Albrecht, assignors to The 
Irwin Auger Bit Company, Wilmington, Ohio. Bit ex- 
tension. 2,193,917; Mar. 19. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
track switch connecting mechanism. 2,205,114 ; June 
18. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company. Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch box connection. 2,208,449 ; July 16. 



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Bone, Herbert L., and J. W. Livingston, Forest Hills, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, Swiss- 
vale, Pa. Speed responsive device. 2,211,554 ; Aug. 13. 

Bone, William A., and D. M. Newitt, South Kensington, 
London, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Indus- 
tries Limited. Producing formaldehyde. 2,196,188 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Bone, William A. and D. M. Newitt, South Kensington, 
London, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Indus- 
tries Limited. Production of oxygenated organic com- 
pounds. 2,199,585 ; May 7. 

Bonell, Ralph K., New York, assignor to Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Displacement and accel- 
eration measuring apparatus. 2,210,970 ; Aug. 13. 

Bongiovanni, John. (See De Sipio, A. T., Bongiovanni, 
and Ricci.) 

Bonham, Albert W., Jr., and A. B., Clinton, Utah, as- 
signors to Bonham Manufacturing Company, Montello, 
Nev. Tractor. 2,197,248 ; Apr. 16. 

Bonham, Alvin B. (See Bonham, Albert W., Jr., and 
A. B.) 

Bonham Manufacturing Company. (See Bonham, Albert 
W., Jr., and A. B., assignors.) 

Bonham, Russel A., et al. (See Lamberth, George F., 
assignor.) 

Bonham, William H., Metuchen, assignor to Nixon Nitra- 
tion Works, Nixon, N. J. Machine for forming tubular 
bodies. 2,205,029 ; June 18. 

Bonh6te, G6rald, Basel, and C. Apotheker, Rlehen, as- 
signors to the firm Society of Chemical Industry in 
Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Hydroxylated 2-aryl-pseudo- 
naphthazimides. 2,198,300 ; Apr. 23. 

Bonnar-Vawter Fanform Company. (See Kreis, Joseph 
D., assignor.) 

Bonnar Vawter Fanform Company. (See O'Brien, Rich- 
ard J., assignor.) 

Bonnaud, Henri, Viroflay, assignor to I'Air Liquide So- 
ci6t6 Anonyine pour I'Etude et I'Exploitation des 
Proc6d6s Georges Claude, Paris, France. Apparatus for 
transferring liquefied gases. 2,217,467 ; Oct. 8. 

Bonneau, Salyme S., McAllen, Tex. Tire-removing and 
compressing apparatus. 2,212,768 ; Aug. 27. 

Bonnefoy, Victor E., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Water dis- 
penser. 2,199,301 ; Apr. 30. 

Bonner, Douglas E., New York, N. Y. Machine for cleans- 
ing and treating. 2,203,251 ; June 4. 

Bonner, Raymond W., and P. D. Hall, assignors, by 
direct and mesne assignments, of one-half to R. W. 
Bonner and one-half to H. M. Kirschbaum, Detroit, 
Mich. Automatic electrical control device. 2,188,973 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bonner-Vawter Fanform Company. (See Doty, R. B., and 
Roos, assignors.) 

Bonnet, Andr6. (See Picard, R., and Bonnet.) 

Bonnett, Howard T. (See Major, R. T., and Bonnett.) 

Bonnett, John, and A. Schillace, Girard, Pa., assignors 
to Louis Marx & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pur- 
suit toy. 2,227,241 ; Dec. 31. 

Bonney, Alfred, Jr., Verona, and D. S. Gustin, Bloom- 
field, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture 
of lamps. 2,208,113 ; July 16. 

Bonomi, Ottorino. (See Bernstein, William E., assignor.) 

Bonorden, Allen R., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Communication system. 2,206,659 ; July 2. 

Bonorden, Allen R., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telegraph transmitting key. 2,209,506; July 30. 

Bonotto, Michele, Evansville, Ind., assignor to Extractol 
Process, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Filter for filtering 
liquids. 2,188,673 ; Jan. 30. 

Bonotto, Michele, Evansville, Ind., assignor to Extractol 
Process, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Process in continuous 
extraction systems of continuously removing from 
solvent-treated materials, solvents of lower specific 
gravity. 2,191,255 ; Feb. 20. 

Bonotto, Michele, Evansville, Ind., assignor to Extractol 
Process, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Method and mecha- 
nism for continuously forming liquid-impervious plugs in 
extraction units. 2,203,666 ; June 11. 

Bonotto, Michele, Evansville, Ind., assignor to Extractol 
Process, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Blethod and apparatus 
for continuous counter-current solvent extraction of 
solid materials. 2,200,595 : July 2. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Floor rack for refrig- 
erator cars. 2,187,219 ; Jan. 16. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Floor rack for refrigerator cars. 2,188,171 ; Jan. 
23. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
HI. Refrigerator car floor rack. 2,188,851 ; Jan. 30. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Floor rack for refrigerator cars. 2,188,852 ; 
Jan. 30. 
Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company. Floor for refrigerator car. 
2,189,126 ; Feb. 6. 



Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, New 
Kensington, Pa. Running board construction for car 
roofs. 2,198,430 ; Apr. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Railway Equipment Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Floor rack for re- 
frigeration cars. 2,214,547 ; Sept. 10. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company. Hatch 
plug. 2,224,117 ; Dec. 3. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Blanufacturing Company. Hatch 
plug. 2,224,118; Dec. 3. 

Bonstedt, Kurt. (See Orthner, L., Balle, Rosenbach, and 
Bonstedt.) 

Bonyun, Morgan E., Penns Grove, N. J., and J. F. 
Andrews, Chester, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Safety pressure 
relief device. 2,194,159 ; Mar. 19. 

Boogaard, John V., and R. K. Merrill, assignors to Ameri- 
can Seating Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Chair end 
standard. 2,199,689 ; May 7. 

Booge, James E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Titanium pigment produc- 
tion. 2,213,542 ; Sept. 3. 

Booge, James E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Chalk resistant titanium 
pigment. 2,224,777 ; Dec. 10. 

Booge, James E., Wilmington, Del., and C. P. Oppermann, 
Newark, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Pigment process. 
2,186,095; Jan. 9. 

Booharin, Leo Y., assignor of one-half to G. Kisling, San 
Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for preventing ice forma- 
tion on airplane surfaces. 2,217,979 ; Oct. 15. 

Booher, Lela E., New York, N. Y. Vitamin concentra- 
tion. 2,202,307 ; May 28. 

Book, Howard B., and R. A. Hanlin, assignors to Reed 
Roller Bit Company, Oklahoma City, Okla. Reamer. 
2,189,033 ; Feb. 6. 

Book, Mascotte S., Hermosa Beach, Calif. Signaling de- 
vice. 2,194,818; Mar. 26. 

Book, Raymond H., and U. G. Currier, Rock Falls, 111., as- 
signors to International Harvester Company. Motor 
carrier for power shelters. 2,221,536 ; Nov. 12. 

Boomer, George L., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Spreading agent for photographic 
emulsions. 2,190,645 ; Feb. 20. 

Boomsma, Louis G., New York, N. Y. Connector. 
2 219 913 * Oct 29 

Boor, Theodore ' A.,' Ashville, Ohio. Plow. 2,210,792 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Boorman, Arthur, London County, assignor to Betts & 
Company Limited, London, England. Collapsible tube. 
2,197,680; Apr. 16. 

Boorman, Harold R., assignor to T. C. Bowles, Los Angles, 
Calif. Air conditioned wall heater. 2,197,679 ; Apr. 
16. 

Boos, Elmer J. (See McGrane, John E., assignor.) 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Drainage fitting. 
2,201,711 ; May 21. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Heater. 2,191,420; Feb. 20. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Heater. 2,196,174 ; Apr. 9. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, 
Inc., Columbus, Ind. Automobile-body heater. 
2 227 386 * Dec 31. 

Booth Francis R.' (See Booth, Paul R. and F. R.) 

Booth, James D., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Modulation system. 2,214,573 ; Sept. 
10. 

Booth, Joseph H., Chicago, 111. Venetian blind clamp. 
2,197,965; Apr. 23. 

Booth, Margaret, New York, N. Y. Chart for determining 
horoscopes. 2,219,378 ; Oct. 29. 

Booth, Morris P., Alden, Mich. Refrigerant evaporator. 
2,212,912; Aug. 27. 

Booth, Olin R., Cainsville, Mo. Mouse or rat trap. 
2,215,028 ; Sept. 17. 

Booth, Paul R., La Payette, Ind. Apparatus for cutting 
dried putty from window sashes. 2,219,467 ; Oct. 29. 

Booth, Paul R. and P. R., San Francisco, Calif. Cleaver 
and knife sharpener. 2,200,614 ; May 14. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamld Company, New York, N. Y. Reacting car- 
bon dioxide and ammonia. 2,194,082 ; Mar. 19. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Depression of 
gangue during flotation. 2,211,686 ; Aug. 13. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamld Company, New York, N. Y. Dyes in 
cyanidatlon. 2,220,034; Oct. 29. 

Booth, Thomas E., Mountain View, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Guardite Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Treating tobacco. 2,217,936 ; Oct. 15. 

Booth, Thomas K., Bronx, N. Y. Pare antitheft device 
for taxicabs. 2,394,273; Mar. 19. 

Booth, William E., Runcorn, England, assignor to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Safety device for dis- 
tillation apparatus and the like. 2,194,351 ; Mar. 19. 
Boothby Fibre Can Company. (See Gazette, Marshall E., 
assignor. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENl:S, 1940 



Boothroyd, Hubert. (See Barclay, W. R., and Boothroyd.) 
Boothroyd, Hubert. (See Clarke, T. B., and Boothroyd.) 

Boothroyd, Hubert. (See Pratt, J. W., and Boothroyd.) 

Booton, Leon W., and R. R. Burns, Copperhill, Tenn., 

assignors to Tennessee Copper Company, New York, 

N. Y. Process and apparatus for oxidizing sulphide 

ores. 2,210,479 ; Aug. 6. 

Bootree Mfg. Co. Inc. (See Plotkin, Leighton B., as- 
signor.) 

Booty, Kelvin H., assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Bicycle. 2,199,536 ; May 7. 

Booty, Kelvin H., assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Syringe. 2,204,654; June 18. 

Booty, Philip C, Jr., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Device tor assembling 
ball bearings. 2,204,655 ; June 18. 

Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago, assignor of one-third to 
W. E. O'Neil and oueTthiid to L. D. Winters, Evanston, 
111. Carburetor. 2,203,858; June 11. 

Booty, Philip C. P. and R. G., assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to Reichel & Drews, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Filming machine. 2,218,129 ; Oct. 15. 

Booty, Raymond G. (See Booty, Philip C. P. and R. G.) 

Borah, John E., Peun Township, St. Joseph County, Ind. 
Shipping box. 2,203,127 ; June 4. 

Borah, John B., Penn Township, St. Joseph County, Ind. 
Shipping box. 2,226,215 ; Dec. 24. 

Borba, Edward J., South San Francisco, Calif. Illumi- 
nated baton. 2,225,151 ; Dec. 17. 

Borch, Niels S., Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to F. L. 
Smidth & Company, New York, N. Y. Rotary kiln. 
2,196,245 ; Apr. 9. 

Borch, Niels S., Copenhagen, and K. Middelboe, Frederiks- 
berg, near Copenhagen, Denmark, assignors to F. L. 
Smidth & Company, New York, N. Y. Slurry drying 
device. 2,187,800 ; Jan. 23. 

Borchardt, Lester F., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to 
General Mills, Inc. Electric light source for examina- 
tions of transparent media. 2,206,344 ; July 2. 

Borchers, Alwin C, assignor to The General Industries 
Company, Elyria, Ohio. Bearing construction. 
2,213,333 ; Sept. 3. 

Borchers, William G., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding machine. 
2,209,898 : July 30. 

Borchers, William G., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding register. 
2,212,853; Aug. 27. 

Bordeaux, Claude G. (See White, F. S., and Bordeaux.) 

Borden, Albert. (See Bensel, Duryea, assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Ansbacher, S., Flanigan, and 
Supplee, assignors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Butterworth, T. H., and 
Sommer, assignors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Jack, Eugene L., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Kinney, Walter li., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Piatt, W., and Kratz, as- 
signorsO 

Borden Company, The. (See Powers, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Supplee, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The, et al. (See Supplee, G. C, and 
Dorcas, assignors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Webb, R. E., and Piatt, 
assignors.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Wolcott, H., and Edmunds, 
assignors.) 

Borden, Harry F. (See Painter, Claude D., assignor.) 

Borden, Harry F., San Francisco, Calif. Bottle cuff. 
2,199,037; Apr. 30. 

Borden, John A., assignor to Minnesota Mining & Blanu- 
facturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. Tape dispenser. 
2,221,213; Nov. 12. 

Borden, Moro M., assignor to Simplex Valve and Meter 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Air release valve for 
sewage lines. 2,204,788 ; June 18. 

Borden, Moro M., assignor to Simplex Valve and Meter 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Piezometer connection. 
2,219,220; Oct. 22. 

Borden, Perry A., assignor to The Bristol Company, Wa- 
terbury. Conn. Rheostat for electrical measuring cir- 
cuits. 2,220,951 ; Nov. 12. 

Borden, Stephen W. (See Roe, Ralph C, assignor.) 

Borden, Stephen W., Summit, N. J. Tracer current 
detector. 2,199,846 ; May 7. 

Border, James D., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Associated 
Spring Corporation, Bristol, Conn. Antenna device. 
2,188,143 ; Jan. 23. 

Borek, Benjamin, Chicago, III. Amusement device. 
2,198.075; Apr. 23. 

Borel, Edouard V., Sous-le-Poyet at Romout, Switzerland, 
assignor to Societe Anonyme des M;uiufactures des 
Glaces & Produits Chimiques de Saint-Gobain, Chauny 
& Cirey, Paris (Seine), France. Electric furnace for 
melting glass. 2,225,616 ; Dec. 24. 
Borel, Edouard V., Romont, Switzerland, and Y. Peyches, 
assignors to Societe Anonyme des Manufactures des 
Glaces & Produits Chimiques de Saint-Gobain, Chauny 
& Cirey, Paris, France. Electric heating of liquid baths. 
2,225,617 ; Dec. 24. 

Borg, Alton C. (See Ingersoll, H. G., and Borg.) 

Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Ahlbrandt, John P., as- 
signor.) 



Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Anderson, Edmond B., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Banning, Thomas A., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Barker, Henry T.. as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Barr, Bruce A., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Baule, Werner G., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Berg, Louis B., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Blood, H. E., and Nor- 
berg, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Bush, Theodore R., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Bush, T. R., and Bickle, 
assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Caldwell, Stuart H., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Caldwell, S. H., and 
Linton, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Caldwell, W. B., and 
Peters, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Firth, David, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Frechtling, W. H., and' 
Ahlbrandt, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Grannan, W. D., and 
Kelly, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (Seo Greif, Edward J., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Haigh, Vaughn, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Heosch, William F., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (Soe Heinze, Max P., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Herz, Ferdinand B., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Higgs, Charles W., as- 
signor.) ' 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Hubacker, Earl F.. 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Hunt, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, H. G., and 
Borg, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, Roy C, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, R. C, and 
Sullivan, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Johnson, Stanley, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Lyman, Kenneth B.. as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Mills, Herbert E.. as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Morley, H., and 
Buchanan, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Mueller, Moritz L., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Mueller, M. L., and 
Neumann, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, H., and Smirl, as- 
signors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Orr. Palmer, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Osborne, William B.. 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Reed, Harold V., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Scherer, Harold L., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Sherman, Alvin G., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swennes, Benjamin A., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swenson, Carl E., as- 
signor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Walberg, H. J., and 
Peters, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See White, Samuel O., as- 
signor. ) 
Borg-Warner Corporation. (See White, S. O., and Barr, 

assignors. ) 
Borg-Warner Corporation. (See White, S. O., and Orr, as- 
signors.) 

Boigadt, John B., East Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for 

finishing welded tubing. 2,187,485 ; Jan. 16. 
Borge, Ernest W. (See Roby, K. K., and Borge.) 
Borge, Johan, Bellport. assignor to Electro-Refractories & 
Alloys Corporation, Bufiealo, N. Y. Dilfuser. 2,218,635 ; 
Oct. 22. 
Borgen, Oscar M., Dallas, Wis. Steel fence post. 

2,222,249 ; Nov. 19. 
Borgeson, Carl A., East Orange, F. J. Carter, Milburn, and 
G. R. Drake, Bloomfield, N. J., P. E. Groome, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., and F. H. Hanley, Butler, N. J., as- 
signors to American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Communication system. 2,224,250 ; Dec. 10. 

Borgeson, Olaf H., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Snow plow. 

2,188,805; Jan. 30. 
Borgeson, Sidney E., Rome, assignor to General Cable 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sheathed core. 
2,187,391; Jan. 16. 



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Borghetty, Hector C, Jewett City, Conn. Apparatus for 
treating fabrics. 2,196,655 ; Apr. 9. 

Borglin, Joseph N. (See Humphrey, I. W., and Borglin.) 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Production of terpene derivatives. 
2,188,495 ; Jan. 30. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 
2,191,306; Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 

2.191.307 ; Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 

2.191.308 ; Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 

2.191.309 ; Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 

2.191.310 ; Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Separation of chemically 
modified rosins and their esters into components. 
2,191,311 : Feb. 20. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Wetting agent and producing the 
same. 2,202,686 ; May 28. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Parasiticide derived from terpenes. 
2,209,184 ; July 23. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Preparation of terpene derivatives. 
2,214,039 ; Sept. 10. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing the same. 2,217,611 ; Oct. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpeue-cvanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,217,612 ; Oct. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, W'ilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,217,613 ; Oct. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,217,614 ; Oct. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,217,615 ; Oct. 8. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,227,058 ; Dec. 31. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,227,059 ; Dec. 31. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Terpene-cyanoacyl compound 
and producing same. 2,227,060; Dec. 31. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of terpene esters. 
2,227,061 ; Dec. 31. 

Borgognoni, Serafino. (See Pirani, F., and Borgognoni.) 

Borgward, Carl, Bremen, Germany. Rear axle drive and 
suspension means. 2,226,047 ; Dec. 24. 

liork, George H., Holyoke, assignor to Harvev-Whipple, 
Inc., Springfield, Mass. Heating apparatus. 2,210,890; 
Aug. 13. 

Hork, George H., Holyoke, assignor to Harvey-Whipple, 
Inc., Springfield, Mass. Boiler. 2,210,891 : Aug. 13. 

Bork, Otto, Berlin-Treptow, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Bimetallic thermal release. 
2,213.080; Aug. 27. 

Borkenstein, William F., Fort Wayne, Ind. Electric out- 
let fixture and extension cord therefor. 2,186,601 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Borkey, Walter, Hagen, Westphalia, Germany, assignor 
to Eendan Holdings Limited, Guernsey, Channel Island. 
Apparatus for coiling wire. 2,206,627 : July 2. 

Borland, Alexander, and C. E. Hymers, Pontiac, and A. 
W. Spencer, Rochester, Mich. Syringe. 2,185,536 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Borland. Bruce, Chicago, 111. Moistening device. 
2,211,555 ; Aug. 13. 

Borloz, Charles A. (See Robinson, W. Westemeyer, and 
Borloz.) 

Borman, Philip K. (See Stoddard, E. S., and Borman.) 

Bom, Ernest R., Cavalier, N. D. Bridge for stringed 
instruments. 2,199,612 : May 7. 

Born, Julius M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Vulcan Manufacturing Co., Inc., St. Paul, Minn. Serv- 
ice unit for air cleane's. 2,208.244 ; July 16. 

Borneman, George, Millville, N. J. Fishing float. 
2,203,252 ; June 4. 

Bornemann, Ferdinand, H. Huber, and H. Mengele. 
Wiesbaden-Biebrich, Amoneburg, assignors to Chemische 
Werke, vorm. H. & E. Albert, Wiesbaden-Biebrich, (Jer- 
many. Production of sulphur dioxide from calcium 
sulphate. 2,222,740 ; Nov. 26. 

Bornemann, Theodor. (See Stahn, A., and Bornemann.) 



Sewing machine at- 

assignor to The Yoder 
Cut-off mechanism. 



Bornemann, William. (See Tuttle, C. M., and Borne- 
mann.) 

Bornkessel, PauL Berlin, assignor to firm F. Kuppersbuch 
& Sohne A. G., Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Device for 
grilling and other cooking operations. 2,196,175 ; Apr. 
9. 

Borregard, Ernst, Woodmere, N. Y. Display poster device. 
2.200,533 ; May 14. 

Borresen, Nico, Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to Nicostat 
Products Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Fluid flow control device. 
2,215,954 ; Sept. 24. 

Borsarelli, Ottavio, Turin, Italy. Glass for motor vehicle 
lights. 2,220,639 ; Nov. 5. 

Borse, Felix W., Bronx, and C. R. Hiers, Great Neck, Long 
Island, N. Y., assignors to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Air conditioning 
system. 2,224,629 ; Dec. 10. 

Borsoff, Victor N. (See Humphreys, R. L., and Borsoff.) 

Borsoff, Victor N. (See Kavanagh, F. W., Borsoff, and 
Humphreys.) 

Borst, Albert. (See Obdozinski, Anton, assignor.) 

Borst, Helmut, Berlin-Kopenick, Germany. Photographic 
developer and process of development. 2,192,891 ; Mar. 
12. 

Borstcl, Walter, Dessau-Siedlung, assignor to Junkers 
Flugzeug-und-Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Dessau, 
Germany. Welding apparatus. 2,217,468 ; Oct. 8. 

Borton, Alwyn E., South Orange, assignor to Associated 
Patentees, Inc., Ampere, N. J. Stock reel. 2,227,387 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Boruchowitz, Joseph, Bronx, N. Y. 
tachment. 2,193,617 ; Mar. 12. 

Borzym, Alexander, Detroit. Mich., 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
2,198,599 ; Apr. 30. 

Borzym, Alexander, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Yoder 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cutoff mechanism. 
2,205,389 : June 25. 

Bosanquet, Claude H. (See Clark, W. J., Bosanquet, Bell, 
and Matthews.) 

Bosari Tank Corporation of America. (See ."^diorer, 
Herman, assignor.) 

Bosbach, Peter, and E. Keller, Hilden, Rhineland. Ger- 
many. Production of rolled and stamped table and 
kitchen articles. 2,186,602 ; Jan. 9. 

Boscardin, John M., Hartford, Conn. Smoking pipe. 
2,191,165 ; Feb. 20. 

Bosch, Henry, Jr., San Francisco, Calif. Retrieving 
mechanism. 2,214,759 ; Sept. 17. 

Bosch, Johann J., Hohenzollern, Germany, deceased ; W. 
Bosch, administrator, assignor to U. Grohskopf, New 
York, N. Y. Apparatus for the protection of edges of 
flat sheets, as paper, linen, or the like. 2,219,678 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Baer, Ernst, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit bi-scliriinkter Haftung. 

(See Dorn, Walter, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Heinrich, H., and Janssen, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit bpschriinkter Haftuuc. 

(See Heinrich, H., and Schweizer, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung. 

(See Heinrich, H. Zeucli, and Meyor. assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Hurst. Max, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Hurst, M., and Beck, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Hurst, M., Hammer, and Raithelhuber, assignors.) 
r.osch. Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Janssen, Johann F., assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Klett, Erich, assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrSnkter Haftung. 

(See Langecker, Alfons, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Linder, Rudolf, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Ortlieb, Alfred, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Ortlieb, A., and Strab, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Schweizer, A., and Hurst, assignor.-^.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Schweizer, Karl, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 

(See Schwenk, Willy, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 

(See Weber, J., Stoll, and Hurst, assignors.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit Beschrankter 

(See Wunderlich, Friedrich, assignor.) 
Bosch, Robert, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter 

(See Zimmermann, Gustav, assignor.) 
Bosch, Waldemar, administrator. (See Bosch, Johann J.) 
Doschetto, Louis. (See Roccabruna, H., and Boschetto.) 
Bosco, George B. (See Mueller, H., and Bosco.) 
Bosco, George B., Chicago, 111. Liner clamp for panel 

form walls. 2,188,400 ; Jan. 30. 
Bosel, Richard, Fallingbostel, and A. Seib, Mannheim, 

Germany, assignors to Sylvania Industrial Corporation, 

Fredericksbur; " - - 



Haftung. 
Haftung. 
Haftung. 



ing 



lericksburg, Va. Process and apparatus for form- 
tubing. 2,223,057 ; Nov. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bosing, Ernst, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Edeleanu 
Gesellschaft, m. b. H. Separating liydrocarbon oils. 
2,201,120 ; May 14. 

Bosing, Ernst, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Edeleanu 
Gesellschaft, m. b. H. Separating hydrocarbon mix- 
tures. 2,208,534; July 16. 

Bosland, Herman S., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Stein, 
Hall & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sizing and 
desizing of regenerated cellulose textile materials. 
2,192,218; Mar. 5. 

Bosland, Herman S., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Stein, 
Hall & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sizing of 
cellulose ether and ester materials. 2,192,219 ; Mar. 5. 

Bosler, Charles W., et al. (See Stahr, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Bosomworth, George P., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vulcanizer. 2,200,871 ; 
May 14. 

Boss, J. Harold. (See Jones, Daniel H., assignor. ) 

Boss Manufacturing Company, The. (See Gillian, Her- 
man A., assignor.) 

Bossart, John, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Loew's 
Incorporated. Suspension system for a camera and 
light stage. 2,190,093 ; Feb. 13. 

Bosse, George F. (See Sussman, S., and Bosse.) 

Bosse, Rudolf, Hanover, Germany. Card registry. 
2,192,178 ; Mar. 5. 

Bossel, Hugo. (See Hennicke, A., and Bossel.) 

Bossert Company, The. (See Clement, Walter J., as- 
signor.) 

Bossi, Romeo A., Newton Center, Mass. Highway striper. 
2,221,908: Nov. 19. 

Bost, David B., Galesburg, 111. Stock fastening means. 
2,187,640 ; Jan. 16. 

Bostelmann, John C, Jr., Hastings on Hudson, N. Y. 
Chart for piano playing. 2,188,098 ; Jan. 23. 

Bostelmann, William E., Oak Park, 111. Combined car- 
bonator and bottle filler with auxiliary counterpressure 
chamber. 2,216,902 ; Oct. 8. 

Bostian, Kenneth V., Independence, Mo. Coin attach- 
ment. 2,196,850 ; Apr. 9. 

Bostic, Charles S., Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Changeable 
show window. 2,196,095 ; Apr. 2. 

Boston Machine Works Company. (See Sutherland, Hol- 
ton M., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Cavanagh, John F., 
assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Davis, E. W., and 
Maynard, assignors.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Germain, Peter O., 

assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Harred, George H., 

assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Lawrence, Leonard 

D., assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Maynard, Arthur 

H., assignor^ 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Maynard, A. H., 

and Gambao, assignors.) 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Harrison, 

Arthur, assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See McKay, 

Hunter, assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Smith, 

J. N., and Bierer, assignors.) 
Bostwick, Henry C. Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Collapsible drum. 2,201,468 ; May 21. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Collapsible form. 2,201,469 ; May 21. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Tire tread splice stitcher. 2,201,470; May 21. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Rod packing. 2,201,471 ; May 21. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Vulcanizing press. 2,224,336 ; Dec. 10. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Akron, Ohio, assignor to Akron Stand- 
ard Mold Company. Making tire molds. 2,224,337 ; 

Dee. 10. 
Bostwick Steel Lath Company, The. (See Purser, W. J., 

and Coryell, assignors.) 
Boswau, Hans P., assignor to The Lorain Telephone Com- 
pany, Lorain, Ohio. Signaling system. 2,198,901 ; 

Apr. 30. 
Boswau, Hans P., Lorain, assignor to Associated Electric 

Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic telephone 

system. 2,200,820 ; May 14. 
Boswau, Hans P., Lorain, assignor to The North Electric 

Manufacturing Company, Galion, Ohio. Supervisory 

control system. 2,208,535 ; July 16. 
Boswau, Hans P., Lorain, Ohio, assignor to Associated 

Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Measured 

service telephone system. 2,217,041 ; Oct. 8. 
Boswau, Hans P., Lorain, Ohio. Impulse sender. 

2,225,680 ; Dec. 24. 
Bosworth, Arthur H., et al. (See Long, R. G., and 

French, assignors.) 
Boswortb, Thomas E., Cranston, R. I., assignor to 

Universal Optical Corporation. Ophthalmic lens 

mounting. 2;208,356 ; July 16. 



Both, Edward T., Adelaide, South Australia, assignor to 
Both Electro Cardiograph Limited, Adelaide, Australia. 
Electrocardiograph. 2,193,471 ; Mar. 12. 

Both Electro Cardiograph Limited. (See Both, Edward 
T., assignor.) 

Bothe, Meinrad C. Franklin, and F. X. Pfohl, Sharonville, 
assignors to The Logan-Long Company, Chicago, 111. 
Roofing. 2,193,472 ; Mar. 12. 

Botkin, Millard, Kansas City, and C. F. Nord, Sr., 
Louisiana, Mo. Pearl baking shell. 2,200,325 ; May 
14. 

Botsford, Nelson, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Four-wire signaling circuits. 2,207,531 ; Julv 9. 

Bott, George R., Stamford, Conn., deceased : The Stam- 
ford Trust Company, executor. Razor of the vibratory 
type. 2,194,465 : Mar. 26. 

Bott, George R., Stamford, Conn., deceased ; The Stam- 
ford Trust Company, executor. Making parts of safety 
razors of the vibratory type. 2,195,163 ; Mar. 26. 

Bott, George R., Stamford, Conn., deceased ; The Stam- 
ford Trust Company, executor. Safety razor. 
2,195,164 ; Mar. 26. 

Bott, George R., deceased, Stamford, Conn. ; The Stamford 
Trust Company, executor. Electrical motor. 2,196,- 
189 ; Apr. 9. 

Bott, George R., Stamford, Conn., deceased ; The Stam- 
ford Trust Company, executor. Safety razor. 
2,222,308 ; Nov. 19. 

Bottaro, Giacomo, Milan, Italy. Countercurrent extrac- 
tion. 2,218,080 : Oct. 15. 

Botten, John B., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Bucket operating 
mechanism. 2,204,883 ; June 18. 

Botteron, Leonard K., Omaha, Nebr. Burner mount for 
oil burning locomotives. 2,189,877 ; Feb. 13. 

Bottger, Oswald, and J. Hillmann, assignors to Miag 
Miihlenbau und Industrie Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, 
Germany. Weighing and sack filling machine. 
2,193,709 ; Mar. 12. 

Bottle, Edward K., Elmira, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Sales Book Company, Inc. 
Record assembly. 2,217,506 ; Oct. 8. 

Bottle, Edward K., deceased, Elmira, N. Y., by S. J. 
Bottle, administratrix, Rivera, Calif., assignor to Amer- 
ican Sales Book Company, Inc. Record assembly. 
2,217,507 ; Oct. 8. 

Bottle, Sara J., administratrix. (See Bottle, Edward K.) 

Bottlers Equipment Company. (See Gibbs, Curtis W., 
assignor.) 

Bottoms, Robert R. (See Pittman, E. E., and Bottoms, 
assignors.) 

Bottos, Guy, Mimico, Ontario, Canada. Bicycle or exercise 
machine. 2,198,717 ; Apr. 30. 

Bouchard, Blanche E. (See Du Grenier, Francis C, as- 
signor.) 

Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Op- 
tical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mount- 
ing. 2,204,470 ; June 11. 

Boucher, Charles P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Boucher Inventions, Limited. Luminescent tube and 
system. 2,190,009 ; Feb. 13. 

Boucher, Charles P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Boucher Inventions, Limited. Luminescent tube 
system and apparatus. 2.190,010 ; Feb. 13. 

Boucher Inventions, Limited. (See Boucher, Charles P., 
assignor.) 

Boucher, Malcolm M., Tacoma, Wash., assignor to Behr- 
Manning Corporation, Troy, N. Y. Abrasive wheel. 
2,197,741 ; Apr. 16. 

Boudreau, Anthony P. J., Garden City, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Power level indicator. 2,189,660 ; Feb. 6. 

Boudreau, Claude J., Medford, Mass. Davit. 2,196.518 : 
Apr. 9. 

Bouges, Holfort E., New York, N. Y. Purse. 2,200,147 ; 
May 7. 

Boughter, William H., assignor to Superior Tube Com- 
pany, Norristown, Pa. Radio antenna. 2,222,527 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Houghton, Roy S., Bloomington, 111. Combined window 
shade bracket, curtain holder, and drapery support. 
2,192,671 ; Mar. 5. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors, by mesne assignments, to New Eng- 
land Mica Company, Waltham, Mass. Manufacturing 
high temperature mica products. 2,186,954 ; Jan. 16. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors, by mesne assignments, to New 
England Mica Company, Waltham, Mass. Bonded 
compound. 2,196,971 ; Apr. 16. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors, by mesne assignments, to New 
England Mica Company, Waltham, Mass. Bonded 
product and making. •2.ii')<i.'J72 : ,A[ir. IH 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors, by mesne assignments, to New 
England Mica Company, Waltham, Mass. Bonded 
material and making. 2.196 97:5: .Apr. Ui 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors, by mesne assignments, to New 
England Mica Company, Waltham, Mass. Bonded 
material and making. 2,196,974 ; Apr. 16. 

Boulais, Wilfrid, Upper Darby, assignor to H. Brinton Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting machine. 2,202,824 ; June 
4. 



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Boulich, Victor R., St. Janvier, Quebec, Canada. Filling 
machine. 2,186,358; Jan. 9. 

Boulter, Marvin O., Hobbs, N. Mex. Well tubing paraffin 
remover. 2,210,359 ; Aug. 6. 

Boulton, Arthur, Gwynedd Valley, Pa. Ankle joint for 
artificial limbs. 2,186,540 ; Jan. 9. 

Boundy, A. J., et al. (See Miller, Dee, assignor.) 

Boundy. Ray H. (See Stoesser, S. JI., and Boundy.) 

Bour, Paul L. (See Bruzau, JI. F. A., Van Mierlo, and 
Bour.) 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Michelin et Cie., 
Clermont-Ferrand, France. Valve for pneumatic tires. 
2,192,572 ; Mar. 5. 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Jlichelin et Cie., 
Clermont-Ferrand, France. Wheel. 2,214,319 : Sept. 
10. 

Bour.iois, Inc. (See Holt, Chandler, assignor.) 

Bourke, Richard J., et al. (See Granville, Harry, Sr., 
as.^igiior.) 

Bourland, Charles R., Kopperston, W. Va., assignor to 
Portable Lamp & Equipment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Transition rail. 2,209,725 ; July 30. 

Bourland, Eli, assignor to Crown Can Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Metal container. 2,202,084 ; May 28. 

Bourland, Langford T., Forest Hills, assignor to VVesting- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Integrating X-ray dosage meters. 
2.189,623 ; Feb. 6. 

Bourland, Langford T., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Make-alive electrode. 2,214,607 : Sept. 
10. 

Bourne, Harry K. (See Scott, W. J., and Bourne.) 

Bourne, Roland B., West Hartford, assignor to The Max- 
im Silencer Company, Hartford, Conn. Frequency an- 
alyzer. 2,219,803 : Oct. 29. 

Bourque, Philip, Detroit, Mich. Electrode holder. 
2,200.947 ; May 14. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Contact insecticide. 
2,194,517 ; Mar. 26. 

Boust. V.'illiam H., Audubon, Iowa. Memorandum pencil. 
2,224.470 ; Dec. 10. 

Boutell Manufacturing Company. (See Miller, Joseph A., 
assignor.) 

Boutin, Leo J., Minneapolis, Minn. Decoy. 2.227,242 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Bouton, Edgar M. (See Williams, H. W., and Bouton.) 

Bouton, Edgar M., Nutley, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Elevator Company, Jersey City, N. J. Elevator 
door operating system. 2,200,074 ; May 7. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Nutley, and R. E. Ward, assignors to 
Westinghouse Electric Elevator Company, Jersey Citv, 
N. J. Automatic elevator system. 2,224,718 ; Dec. 10. 

Bouton, Fletcher P., St. Petersburg, Fla. Fish lure. 
Re. 21,553; Sept, 10. 

Boutwoll, Clarence E., Birmingham, Ala. Printing plate 
composition. 2,219,587 ; Oct. 29. 

Bouvier, Adelard A., J. Kostolecki, and W. E. Sherman, 
assignors to Jarvis & Jarvis, Inc., Palmer, Mass. 
Caster. 2,188,648 ; Jan. 30. 

Bouvier, George A. (See Gille, W. H., and Bouvier.) 

Bouvy, Christiaan H. (See Gordon, J. F., and Bouvy.) 

BouTvers, Albert, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, bv 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America', 
o ?^o o^°'''^' ■'^- ^- Television receiving system. 
2,193,857 ; Mar. 19. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. High-voltage dis- 
charge tube. 2,202,687 ; May 28. 

Bouwers, Albert, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Cathode ray tube. 2,211,843 ; Aug. 

Bouwers, Albert, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Voltage 
converter. 2,219,292; Oct. 29. 

Bouwers, Albert, Eindhoven, Netherlands, and A. Kuntke, 
Hamburg, Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, trustee, 
Hartford, Conn. Voltage multiplier. 2,213,199 : 
Sept. 3. 

Bow, Andrew W., Detroit, Slich. Animal display bench. 
2,222,974 ; Nov. 26. 

■^°^A., Marvin H., Kilgore, Tex. Gauge line wiper. 
2.201,517 ; May 21. 

Bowan, Walter J. (See Mueller, F. H., Bowan, and 
Fawley.) 

Bowden (Engineers) Limited. (See Tondeur, Rene, as- 
signor.) 

Bowdil Company, The. (See Bowman, Charles L., as- 
signor.) 

Bowdil Company, The. (See Morrow, Harry M., as- 
signor.) 

Bowdish, Meredith E., Venice, assignor to W. H. Fabry, 
Alhambra, Calif. Vehicle air conditioner. 2,189,391 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bowdoin, George E., New York, and W. Strobridge, Syra- 
cuse, assignors to United States Hoffman Machinery 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for drying. 
2,217,153 ; Oct. 8. 

Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Guided wave transmission. 2,197,122 ; Apr. 16. 



Bowen, Cecil L. and J. A., Pueblo, Colo. Fuel feeding 
means for internal combustion engines and the like. 
2,197,236; Apr. 16. 

Bowen, Charles V., Bethesda, Md., assignor to Henry A. 
Wallace, as Secretary of Agriculture, of the United 
States of America, and his successors in office. Insec- 
ticide. 2,224,243 ; Dec. 10. 

Bowen, Dugan L., Hydro, Okla. Motor head handle. 
2,193,054 ; Mar. 12. 

Bowen, George W., Houston, Tex. Inside pipe cutter. 
2,219,148; Oct. 22. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Bralie Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure system. 2,190,228 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic brake system. 2,196,190 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,196,333 ; Apr. 9. 

Bowen, Herbert C.^ assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure producing device. 
2,197,681 : Apr. 16. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Blich. Fluid pressure producing device. 
2,200,666 ; May 14. 

Bowen, Herbert C., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Automatic adjuster. 2,200,910 ; May 
14. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure braking system. 
2,201,518; May 21. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Automatic adjuster. 2,206,628 
July 2. 

Bowen, i^erbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company 
Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure braking system 
2,206,629 ■ July 2. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company 
Detroit, Mich. Automatic adjuster. 2,211,639 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure producing device. 

2.213.946 ; Sept. 10. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure braking system. 

2.213.947 ; Sept. 10. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure actuated motor. 

2.213.948 ; Sept. 10. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Automatic adjuster for brakes. 
2,220,809 ; Nov. 5. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,223,546 ; Dec. 3. 

Bowen, John A. (See Bowen, Cecil L. and J. A.) 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Rope Com- 
pany, Auburn, N. Y. Composite parti-resilient body. 
2,186,402; Jan. 9. 

Bowen, Leslie G., Kansas City, Mo. Speed reducer. 
2,189,776 ; Feb. 13. 

Bowen, Leslie G., Kansas City, Mo. Two-speed sprocket. 
2,214,828 ; Sept. 17. 

Bowen, Myron W., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic brake system. 2,195,558; 
Apr. 2. 

Bowen, Roy, Hoopeston, 111. Animal trap. 2,225,254 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Making a potato 
starch product. 2,185,368 ; Jan. 2. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Atomizer device. 
2,185,369 ; Jan. 2. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Drying chamber. 
2,222,396 ; Nov. 19. 

Bower, Byron F., assignor to The Howell Company, St. 
Charles, III. Fuel feed control mechanism. 2,185,686 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Bower, Charles P., Flint, Mich. Amalgam carrier. 
2,225,900 ; Dec. 24. 

Bower, Eugene, Angola, N. Y. Seed planter. 2,204,245 ; 
June 11. 

Bower, G. A., et al. (See Francis, George W., Sr., as- 
signor.) 

Bower, George D., Columbia Heights, assignor to Minne- 
appolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Fuel burner control system. 2,188,565 ; Jan. 30. 

Bower, George D., Columbia Heights, assignor to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis. 
Minn. Heating system. 2,207,083 ; July 9. 

Bower, Howard W., assignor to Golden State Supply Co., 
Los Angeles, Calif. Transparent elastic surgical band- 
age. 2,226,546 ; Dec. 31. 

Bower, James A., Chester, W. Va., assignor to The 
Taylor, Smith & Taylor Company. Apparatus for sand 
blasting ceramic ware. 2,195,810 ; Apr. 2. 

Bower, Jerome G., New York, N. Y., assignor to The Buck- 
eye Steel Castings Company, Columbus, Ohio. Railway 
car truck. 2,224,136 ; Dec. 10. 

Bower, John R. (See Bitler, W. T., Bower, and Mc- 
Bride.) 

Bower, Justus H., Rutherford, and J. C. Wright, Millbuin 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Battery unit. 2,209,185 ; 
July 23. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1940 



Bower, Kaymond G., Bloomfield Hills, assignor to Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Calculating machine. 2,214,897 ; Sept. 17. 

Bower Roller Bearing Company. (See Schreiber, Albert 
J., assignor.) 

Bowers, Charles E., Chester, Pa. Face and head protec- 
tive device. 2,194,492 ; Mar. 26. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Filter glass holder. 
2,186,817 ; Jan. 9. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Adjustable headband. 

2.205.741 ; June 25. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Adjustable headband. 

2.205.742 ; June 25. 

Bowers, Frederick M., assignor to The Fibre-Metal Prod- 
ucts Company, Chester, Pa. Adjustable headband. 
2,213,118; Aug. 27. 

Bowers, Herbert L. (See Wolf, R. A., and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Herbert L., Kenmore, assignor to Bell Aircraft 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Door construction for air- 
craft. 2,196,546 ; Apr. 9. 

Bowers, Herbert L., Kenmore, assignor to Bell Aircraft 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Control unit. 2,206,475 ; 
July 2. 

Bowers, Herbert L., Kenmore, assignor to Bell Aircraft 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Retractable antenna. 
2,207,084; July 9. 

Bowers, Herbert L., and R. A. Wolf, Kenmore, assignors 
to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Control 
column for airplanes. 2,206,473 ; July 2. 

Bowers, Herbert L., and R. A. Wolf, Kenmore, assignors 
to Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Airplane 
control column. 2,206,474 ; July 2. 

Bowers, James I., Burns, Oreg. Blower fan. 2,208,890 ; 
July 23. 

Bowers, Joseph H. (See Morris, G., and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Power Research Corpor- 
ation, Boston, Mass. Sheet metal piston ring. 
2,224,338 ; Dec. 10. 

Bowers, William W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wilson & 
Co., Inc. Leaching meat. 2,203,454 ; June 4. 

Bowersock, Wilber B. (See Wilson, Brainard M., as- 
signor.) 

Bowersox, Joseph W., Glen Ellyn, 111. Couch. 2,200,052 ; 
May 7. 

Bowersox, Joseph W., Glen Ellyn, assignor to Superior 
Sleeprite Corporation, Chicago, 111. Furniture. 
2,187,713 ; Jan. 16. 

Bowersox, Joseph W., Kansas City, Mo. Rivet setting 
device. 2,205,772 ; June 25. 

Bowes "Seal-Fast" Corporation. (See Andres, Paul G., 
assignor.) 

Bowes Seal Fast Corporation. (See Mullen, Thomas W., 
assignor. ) 

Bowes, William R., assignor to The Clayton Manufactur- 
ing Company, Bristol, Conn. Display rack. 2,194,417 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Bowie, Clifford P., Berkeley, and R. V. Higgins, San 
Francisco, Calif., assignors of nine-tenths to said Bowie 
and one-tenth to said Higgins. Drilling wells through 
heaving or sloughing formations. 2,193,219 ; Mar. 12. 

Bowie, Robert M., St. Marys, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Cathode-ray tube 
and the like. 2,189,261 ; Feb. 6. 

Bowie, Robert M., St. Marys, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Sealed lead-in for 
cathode-ray tubes and the like. 2,200,911 ; May 14. 

Bowie, Robert M., St. Marys, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Cathode ray tube 
and the like. 2,211,614 ; Aug. 13. 

Bowie, Robert M., Emporium, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Making a cathode- 
ray tube envelope. 2,194,418 : Mar. 19. 

Bowie, Robert M., Emporium. Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Cathode ray tube. 
2,211,613; Aug. 13. 

Bowles, Albert F., Philadelphia, assignor to Reilly-White- 
man-Walton Company, Conshohocken, Pa. Alkylated 
phenols and producing them. 2,204,339 ; June 11. 

Bowles, Carl E., assignor of fifteen per cent to V. L. Neal, 
and thirty-four per cent to E. Sumpter, Lewiston, Idaho. 
Portable chair. 2,204,722 ; June 18. 

Bowles, Thomas C. (See Boorman, Harold R., assignor.) 

Bowles, William V., assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
T. S. Park, Houston, Tex. Tool joint for drill stems. 
2,199,738 ; May 7. 

Bowley, Raymond E., San Anselmo, Calif. Sound repro- 
ducing apparatus and a wiring circuit therefor. 
2,189,161 ; Feb. 6. 

Bowling, Jerome, Jr., Shreveport, La. Vehicle for chil- 
dren. 2,208,891 ; July 23. 

Bowling Patents Management Corporation. (See Schmidt, 
Gottfried J., assignor.) 

Bowling, Robert T., assignor to Wood Briquettes, Inc., 
Lewiston, Idaho. Fuel briquette. 2,222,250 ; Nov. 19. 

Bowling, Robert T., assignor to Wood Briquettes, Inc., 
Lewiston, Idaho. Die head. 2,224,212 ; Dec. 10. 

Bowly, Heyward W., Summit, and J. Rudin, Paterson, 
N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for distributing 
strands. 2,219,887 ; Oct. 29. 

Bowman, Charles L., Canton, Ohio, assignor to The Bow- 
dil Company. Claniping device. 2,217,042 ; Oct. 8. 

Bowman, Charles L., (Janton, Ohio, assignor to The Bow- 
dil Company. Bit and holding means therefor. 
2,217,348 ; Oct. 8. 



Bowman, Harold C, Rocky River, Ohio. Dispensing de- 
vice. 2,211,452 ; Aug. 13. 

Bowman, Harvey, San Antonio, Tex. Reel handle. 
2.198.856 : Apr. 30. 

Bowman, Hyman D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Safety razor. 
2,205,590; June 25. 

Bowman, Jacob W., Cynwyd, assignor to Gum, Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Method and apparatus for 
making candy and the like. 2,197,919 ; Apr. 23. 

Bowman, Jacob W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
William Steell Jackson and Son, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Apparatus for handling chewing gum. 2,215,575 ; Sept. 
24. 

Bowman, John M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Pennsylvania Patents, Inc., Carson City, 
Nev. Flexible shaft coupling. 2,221,068 ; Nov. 12. 

Bowman, Oliver S., Colorado Springs, Colo. Furnace for 
the combustion of lignite and semibituminoua coal. 
2,190,973 ; Feb. 20. 

Bowman, Robert A., Prospect Park, assignor to Wesring- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. High-pressure sealing head. 2,196,895 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Bowman, Walker H., Jr., Louisville, Ky. Anchor iron. 
2,223,596 ; Dec. 3. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael. (See Cork, E. C, Bowmau- 
Manifold, and Pawsey.) 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael, Surrey, England, assignor to 
Electric & Musical Industries, Ltd. Television system. 
2,210,702 ; Aug. 6. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael, Woking, E. C. Cork, Ealing, 
London, and C. O. Browne, West Acton, London, as- 
signors to Electric & Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, 
Middlesex, England. Synchronizing means for televi- 
sion and like systems. 2,192,122 ; Feb. 27. 

Bown, Ralph, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Frequency modulation. 2,212,338 ; Aug. 20. 

Bownass, Kenneth A., Windermere, and A. G. T. Cole, 
Keswick, England. Dispensing of beer. 2,215,386 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Bowser, Bernice, New York, N. Y. Color chart. 2,221,774 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Bowser, Clarence D., assignor to International-Stacey 
Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Panel for building con- 
struction. 2,199,586 ; May 7. 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., and Bowser.) 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., P. L. Bowser, Ven- 
ner, and P. L. Bowser, Jr.) 

Bowser, Percy L., Jr. (See Flammang, J., P. L. Bowser, 
Venner and P. L. Bowser, Jr.) 

Bowser, Percy L., Jr., assignor to The Sterling Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Melting furnace. 2,204,173 ; June 
11. 

Bowser, S. P., & Company. (See Blum, Hosmer L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bowser, S. P., & Company. (See Carroll, William M., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Griffith, Clement P., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Grosvenor, B. W., and 
Griffith, assignors.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Hodges, Squire C, 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Marvel, Harvey E., as- 
signor.) 

Bowsher, Clinton. (See Dunkelberger. L. A., and Bosher. ) 

Box, Virgil C, BIcKinney, Tex. Cotton picker. 2,208,570 ; 
July 23. 

Boxan, Walter. (See Siebler, O.. and Boxan.) 

Boxan, Walter, assignor to Auto Union Aktiengesellschaft, 
Chemnitz, GJermany. Scavenging of high speed two- 
stroke internal combustion engines. 2,190,011 ; Feb. 13. 

Boxan, Walter, Zschopau, Germany, assif;nor to Auto 
Union Aktiengesellschaft, Chemnitz, Germany. Spring 
suspension. 2,212,769 : Aug. 27. 

Boxan, Walter, Zschopau, assignor to Auto Union 
Aktiengesellschaft, Chemnitz, Germany. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2.223,090 • Nov. 26. 

Boyce, Alfred M., Riverside, Calif., dedicated and assigned 
to the Government and the People of the United States. 
Dusting composition. 2,191,421 ; Feb. 20. 

Boyce, Chester H., Blackstone, Jlass., assignor to Lons- 
dale Company, Providence, R. I. Method and appara- 
tus for setting up yarns in a slasher. 2,219,804 ; Oct. 
29. 

Boyce, Hiram H., assignor of one-half to G. W. Pierce, 
Denver, Colo. Muffler. 2,185,585; Jan. 2. 

Boyce, Hiram H., assignor of one-half to G. W. Pierce, 
Denver, Colo. Carbon monoxide purifier and muffler. 
2,216,763 ; Oct. 8. 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Carbu- 
retor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor step-up 
device. 2,204,526 ; June 11. 

Boyce, Leonard D., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor step-up 
control. 2,204,527 ; June 11. 

Boyd, Charles A., Chagrin Falls, F. B. Kraft. Cleveland, 
and P. Ragborg, Euclid, assignors to the Kilby Manu- 
facturing Company, Cleveland Ohio. Crystallizing ap- 
paratus. 2,186,234; Jan. 9. 

Boyd, Donald A., Detroit, Mich. Seal. 2,202,944 : June 4. 

Boyd, Donald L., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to Carb- 
O-Spot Corporation, Athens, Ohio. Applying wax car- 
bon to paper. 2,22.5,295 ; Dec. 17. 



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Boyd, lusher L., Haverford, assignor to National Foam 
System, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Fire extinguishing ap- 
paratus. 2,216,509; Oct. 3. 

Boyd, George H., assignor to Ternstedt Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Line spacer. 2,193,220 ; Mar. 
12. 

Boyd, Harry, Mercer, Pa. Container for ice cream 
sundaes. 2,190,930 ; Feb. 20. 

Boyd, Helen, administratrix. (See Boyd, Lawrence D., 
assignor.) 

Boyd, James H., Jr., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Motor fuel. 2,222,649 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Boyd, James R., Whitinsville, Mass. Auxiliary stair 
tread. 2,206,862; July 9. 

Boyd, John B., and G. L. Eisenhauer, Reno, Nev. Hold- 
ing strip. 2,219,409 : Oct. 29. 

Boyd, Lawrence D., Cleveland, Ohio, deceased ; Helen 
Boyd, administratrix, assignor to Helen Boyd. Floral 
display rack. 2,212,286 ; Aug. 20. 

Boyd, Milford J., and J. T. Tamura, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Antigenic substance. 2,224,591 : Dec. 10. 

Boyd, Millard C, assignor of one-half to The Ryan Aero- 
nautical Co., San Diego, Calif. Airplane wing and 
wing spar. 2,210,163 ; Aug. 6. 

Boyd, Robert, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Purifying sugar juices and solutions. 2,191,365; Feb. 
20. 

Boyd, Thomas H., Fayetteville, Ark., assignor of one- 
fourth to F. C. Harra, and one-fourth to L. Campbell, 
Springfield, Mo. Automatic lubricator. 2,194,274 ; 
Mar. 19. 

BoydstOD, Don B. (See Ducker, R. W., Boydston, Mc- 
Connell, and Daniels.) 

Boydstun, Ira S. (See Blair, C. M., Jr., and Boydstun.) 

Boye, Hans H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carpet sweeper latch. 
2,211,533 ; Aug. 13. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Center bracket for curtain 
rods. 2,194.064; Mar. 19. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Hold-back bracket for cur- 
tains. 2,194,065; Mar. 19. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Curtain fixture. 2,200,411 ; 
May 14. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Curtain fixture. 2,205,644 ; 
June 25. 

Boye, James H., Manufacturing Company. (See Boye, 
James H., assignor.) 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Davis, Edward D., as- 
signor.) 

Boyer, Clara, Chicago, 111. Ear protector. 2,189,416 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Boyer, Clarence E., Chicago, 111. Knee action for auto- 
mobiles and trucks. 2,193,473 ; Mar. 12. 

Boyer, Frederick G. L., administrator. (See Boyer, Wil- 
liam J., assignor.) 

Boyer, Harold R., Detroit, Mich. Ventilator. 2,218,348 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Boyer, John A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Article 
made from powdered mixes and its manufacture. 
2,197,655 ; Apr. 16. 

Boyer, John A., assignor to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Boron carbide composition and 
making the same. 2,200,258 ; May 14. 

Boyer, John A., Niagara Falls, and C. G. Rose, Lewlston, 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Hard carbide composition. 2,201,150 ; 
May 21. 

Boyer, John A., Niagara Falls, and C. G. Rose, Lewiston, 
assignors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Boron carbide composition. 2,201,151 ; 
May 21. 

Boyer, John A., Niagara Falls, and C. G. Rose, Lewiston, 
.TSSigDors to The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls. 
N. Y. Hard carbide composition. 2,225,152 : Dec. 17. 

Boyer, Joseph, assignor of one-fourth to Leo J. Brennan, 
L'Anse, Mich. Log bunk. 2,210,614 ; Aug. 6. 

Boyer, Maxwell J., and N. E., Lakeland, Fla. Method of 
and apparatus for hand weaving. 2,186,692 ; Jan. 9. 

Boyer, Nellie E. (See Boyer, Maxwell J., and N. E.) 

Boyer, Ralph V., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical coil. 2.195,233 ; Mar. 26. 

Boyer, Robert A. (See Ford, H., and Boyer.) 

Boyer, Tanner E., Bell, and L. P. Stockman, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Packing gland mounting. 2,219,064 ; Oct. 22. 

Boyer, William J., deceased, Wilmington, Del. : F. G. L. 
Boyer, administrator, assignor to F. G. L. Boyer, 
Hamilton, Ohio. Strap. 2,224,074 ; Dec. 3. 

Boykow, Bianca, sole heir, et al. (See Boykow, Johann M.) 

Boykow, Erika, sole heir, et al. (See Boykow, 
Johann M.) 

Boykow, Johann M., deceased. Berlin-Lichterfelde, by 
B. Boykow, E. Boykow, and J. M. Boykow, B.^.d Wies- 
see. Bavaria, sole heirs, assignors to Deutsche Luftfahrt- 
und Handels-Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. 
Stabilizing and orienting apparatus. 2,208,207 ; July 
16. 

Boyle, Alfred A. (See Young, L., and Boyle.) 

Boyle, Clete L., Detroit, Mich. Method of and composi- 
tion for cleaning and rendering ra^fal surfaces immune 
from rust, 2.200,615 ; May 14. 



Boyle, James C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dispensing cap. 
2,196,721 ; Apr. 9. 

Boyle, James F., Teaneck, N. J. Valve mechanism. 
2,213,878 ; Sept. 3. 

Boyle, James S., Marion, Ind., assignor to Anaconda Wire 
& Cable Company, New York, N. Y. Extruding appa- 
ratus. 2,185,701 ; Jan. 2. 

Boyle, John D., Greenwich, Conn. Puzzle. 2,207,778 ; 
July 16. 

Boyles, Ralph R., and E. A. Wilhelm, assignors to 
Waterous Company, St. Paul, Minn. Pump. 2,207,575 ; 
July 9. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Leakless right 
and left tool joint. 2,206.873 ; July 9. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Well testing 
tool. 2,217,043 ; Oct. 8. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Combination 
swab and washing tool. 2,221,775 ; Nov. 19. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Semithreadless 
drill stem. 2,226,547 ; Dec. 31. 

Boynton, Arthur J., Winnetka, assignor to H. A. Brassert 
& Company, Chicago, 111. Operating an iron blast 
furnace. 2,208,245 : July 16. 

Boynton, Arthur J., Winnetka, and G. D. Dill, assignors 
to H. A. Brassert & Company, Chicago, 111. Method 
and apparatus for eliminating moisture from gas or air. 
2,200,980 ; May 14. 

Boynton, Earl S., East Orange, N. J. Circuit closing 
device. 2,192,296 ; Mar. 5. 

Boynton, Harry L., assignor of one-half to H. D. Smith, 
Hollywood, Calif. Color projector. 2,212,976 ; Aug. 
27. 

Boynton, Harry L., assignor of one-half to H. D. Smith, 
Hollywood, Calif. Color projector. 2,217,790 ; Oct. 15. 

Boynton, Lucius J. (See Christiansen, A. L., and Boyn- 
ton.) 

Boysen, Louis K., Chicago, assignor of one-fourth to 
L. A. Bisson, Evanston, 111. Mouth fresher and dental 
cleanser implement. 2,218,738 ; Oct. 22. 

Bracchiglione, Giacomo S., Clements, Calif. Seeder. 
2,196.289 ; Apr. 9. 

Brace, Edwin T., assignor to Binkley Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Warrenton, Mass. (Oil burner. 2,187,220 ; 
Jan. 16. 

Brace, George A. (See Geyer, Leon E., assignor.) 

Brace, Kemper P., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Engineering Corporation, Chicago, 111. Liquid 
fuel burner. 2,199,777 ; May 7. 

Brace, Kemper P., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Engineering Corporation, Chicago, 111. Econo- 
mizer for furnaces. 2,212,976 : Aug. 27. 

Brace, Porter H., and C. S. Williams, Forest Hills, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electromagnetic testing 
system. 2,221,570 ; Nov. 12. 

Brack, John D., Sulphur, and L. JI. York, Lake Charles, 
La. Pipe cutting tool. 2,215,032 ; Sept. 24. 

Brack, Joseph L., assignor to PuUman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Trap door and 
step arrangement. 2,220,035 ; Oct. 29. 

Bracken, Frank. (See Adams, L. J., and Bracken.) 

Bracken, Stanley, La Grange, assignor to Teletype Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Insulated enclosure. 2,209,762 ; 
July 30. 

Bracken, Wallace, Rye, N. Y. Suitcase or other article 
of luggage. 2,214,118 ; Sept. 10. 

Brackett, Clare L. (See Stoll, Albert, assignor.) 

Brackett, James H., Pasadena, Calif. Apparatus for fold- 
ing sheets of fabric and the like. 2,204,208; June 11. 

Brackett, Tracy F., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Spraying machine. 2,203,940 ; 
June 11. 

Bradbury, Clifford C, Glencoe, 111., assignor to Bendix 
Home Appliances, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Circuit con- 
troller. 2,190,468; Feb. 13. 

Bradbury, Clifford C, Glencoe, 111., assignor to Hayes 
Track Appliance Company, Richmond, Ind. Scotch 
block. 2,223,025 ; Nov. 26. 

Bradbury, Samuel L., Meadville, Pa., assignor to Talon, 
Inc. Slider inspecting machine. 2,186,693 ; Jan. 9. 

Braddock, Leo I., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ornamental 
sheet metal shingle for roofs and walls. 2,188,454 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Antivibration 
mount for direction indicating instruments. 2,213,832 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Braden, Clark E., Salem, W. Va. Wellhole cleaning de- 
vice. 2,190,145 -Feb. 13. 

Braden, Paul F., Dayton, Ohio. Cooling means for an 
electrical apparatus. 2,187,011 ; Jan. 16. 

Braden, Rene A., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Constant selectivity receiver. 
2,189,308 ; Feb. 6. 

Braden, Rene A.j Collingswood, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Regulating system. 
2,189,777 ; Feb. 13. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Regulating system. 
2,210,393 Aug. 6. 

Braden, Retie A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Regulating system. 
2,210,394; Aug. 6. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Superregenerative magnetron 
receiver. 2,211,091 ; Aug. 13. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Impulse modulated magne- 
tron oscillator. 2,211,404; Aug. 13. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control. 
2,226,366; Dec. 24. 

Bradtield, Charles H., Springfield, Mo. Saw machine 
base. 2,188,827 ; Jan. 30. 

Bradford, Edward S., Jr., Longmeadow, assignor to 
Springfield Wire & Tinsel Co., West Springfield, Mass. 
Package for scouring devices. 2,190,693 ; Feb. 20. 

Bradford, Robert L., San Francisco, Calif. Pressure leak- 
age gauge. 2,212,466 ; Aug. 20. 

Bradford, Thomas, assignor to W. J. Cameron, Chicago, 
111. Apparatus and method for ascertaining and re- 
cording conditions of the circulatory system. 2,186,517 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Bradford, Thomas, assignor to W. J. Cameron, Chicago, 111. 
Apparatus for recording respiratory and circulatory 
conditions. 2,196,909 ; Apr. 9. 

Bradford, Thomas J. (See Skoog, R. W., and Bradford.) 

Bradford, Virgil A., Columbus, Ohio. Utensil spout. 
2,216,407; Oct. 1. 

Bradford, William D., and R. F. Lab, assignors to Barium 
Stainless Steel Corporation, Canton, Ohio. Making 
stainless steel. 2,218,391 ; Oct. 15. 

Bradfute, Blaine W., Jr., Bloomington, Ind. Internal 
combustion engine. 2,200,199 ; May 7. 

Bradley, Arthur S., Fernwood, Pa. Fountain pen attach- 
ment. 2,221,754 ; Nov. 19. 

Bradley, John G., Willisville, 111. Cabinet for the storage 
of film. 2,190,229 ; Feb. 13. 

Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Brownjohn, Earl, as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, Milton, Co. (See Payberg, Andrew, assignor.) 

Bradley, Ralph A., and R. D. George, assignors to Butler 
Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. Trailer 
tank. 2,192,593 ; Mar. 5. 

Bradley, Theodore P., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Noncapillary 
silk suture and preparing the same. 2,193,188 ; Mar. 
12. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of polyearboxylic acids and anhydrides. 
2,208,321 ; July 16. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Stamford, and W. B. Johnston, 
Springdale, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Polymerization of drying 
oils. 2,219,862 ; Oct. 29. 

Bradley, Walter S., et al. (See Hayes, Carlton Z., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley Washfountain Company. (See Heine, Herman 
E.. assignor.) 

Bradley Washfountain Company. (See Mullett, Howard 
A., assignor.) 

Bradley, William E. (See Clarke, P. S., and Bradley.) 

Bradley, William E., assignor to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacturing alkyl- 
ated hydrocarbons. 2,201,823 ; May 21. 

Bradley, William E., assignor to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacture of mill 
greases. 2,222,589 ; Nov. 26. 

Bradner, Donald B. (See Montgomery, W. J., and 
Bradner. ) 

Bradner, Donald B., assignor to The Champion Paper and 
" ■■ Ohio. Paper making. 



Ala. Doughnut nia- 



Prentis E., as- 



Fibre Company, Hamilton, 
2,197,463 : Apr. 16. 

Bradshaw, David R., Birmingham, 
chine. 2,219,410 ; Oct. 29. 

Bradshaw, James B. (See Erickson, 
signer.) 

Bradshaw, James V. (See Bradshaw, Nathan D. and 
J. V.) 

Bradshaw, John R., assignor to Halliburton Oil Well Ce- 
menting Company, Duncan, Okla. Releasable fioating 
valve. 2,204,340; June 11. 

Bradshaw, Nathan D. and J. V., Greenwood, Miss. Water 
purification. 2,219,616 ; Oct. 29. 

Bradshaw, Russell R. (See Kauppi, T. A., and Bradshaw.) 

Bradshaw, Sidney B., assignor to Armour and Company, 
Chicago, 111. Packaging sutures. 2,197.717 ; Apr. 16. 

Bradshaw, William H., Buffalo, and G. P. Standley, Ken- 
more, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Neniours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of rayon struc- 
tures. 2,224,665 ; Dec. 10. 

Bradt, Merritt B., assignor to Pyro Products Corporation, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Treatment tank for electric conduc- 
tors. 2,199,067 ; Apr. 30. 

Brady, David R., Highland Park, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to D. R. Brady and J. W. Davis, as joint 
trustees for Brady Research Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Athletic peg. 2,222,650 ; Nov. 26. 

Brady, Francis E., assignor to Roots-Connersville 
Blower Corporation, Connersville, Ind. Rotary pump. 
2,217,211 ; Oct. 8. 

Brady, George F., Honolulu, Hawaii. Combined head and 
arm rest. 2,190,395 ; Feb. 13. 

Brady, George W., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Curtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Multiengine speed synchronizer. 
2,217,856 ; Oct. 15. 



Brady, James J., Jersey City, N. J. Signature identifi- 
cation for documents. 2,198,802 ; Apr. 30. 
Wright, Leetsdale, Pa. Hydraulic vehicle wheel brake. 
2,197,292; Apr. 16. 

Brady, James R., Marion, Ohio, assignor to The Marion 
Metal Products Company, Marion, Ohio. Casket placer. 
2,205,057 ; June 18. 

Brady, John B. (See Riggs, Alger S., assignor.) 

Brady, John B. (See St. John, John T., Jr., assignor.) 

Brady, John F., Sewickley, assignor of one-half to E. J. 

Brady Research Company. (See Brady, David E., as- 
signor.) 

Brady, Walter W., Alhambra, Calif., assignor of one-half 
to C. A. Foley, Phoenix, Ariz. Cigarette holder. 
2,189,878 ; Feb. 13. 

Bragg, Alfred O., Valley Stream, N. Y., assignor to Dia- 
mond Allsali Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Decolorizing 
paper stock. 2,221,294 ; Nov. 12. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., assignor to Bragg- 
Kliesrath Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Clutch con- 
trol mechanism. 2,209,594 ; July 30. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and R. P. Breese, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to Bendix Products Corporation, 
South Bend. Ind. Bralre. 2,215,732 ; Sept. 24: 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend. Ind. Clutch con- 
trol mechanism. 2,217,940 : Oct. 15. 

Bragg, Dillon C, Glendale, assignor of fifteen per cent to 
D. OfSll, Los Angeles, fifteen per cent to W. Vaughn 
and fifteen per cent to G. Adams, Glendale, Calif. Food 
tenderizer. 2,205,133; June 18. 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Bragg, Caleb S., as- 
signor. ) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Hawks, Otis J., as- 
signor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Russell, Robert C, 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Sanford, Roy S., as- 
signor.) 

Braglio, Charles, Arnold, assignor to Aluminum Com- 
pany of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Venetian blind. 
2,215,452 ; Sept. 24. 

Brailsford, Joseph D. (See Rust, N. M., and Brailsford.) 

Brainard, Linton J., Detroit, Mich. Bottle cap. 
2,213,200; Sept. 3. 

Brainard, Seymour W., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of thread. 
2,218,461 ; Oct. 15. 

Brainard, Seymour W., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & (Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of thread. 2,218,462 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Braine, Bancroft G., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Poor 
& Company, New York, N. Y. Flexible rail joint. 
2,218,416 ; Oct. 15. 

Braithwaite, David G. (See Lindsay, P. K., and Braith- 
waite.) 

Braithwaite, Isaac, & Son Engineers Limited. (See 
O'Brien, Terence H., assignor.) 

Bramble, John H., Farrell, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Heat insulating hearth. 2,189,624 ; Feb. 6. 

Bramhall, Arthur, Livingston, N. J. Cream separator de- 
vice. 2.224,533 ; Dec. 10. 

Bramhall, Fay B., Milltown, N. J., assignor to The Western 
Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Electrical 
apparatus panel structure. 2,219,250 ; Oct. 22. 

Brammer, Harry, Leeds, England. Driving belt. 
2,204,117; June 11. 

Bramsen, Svend, and F. W. Wahlin, assignors to Binlcs 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Flow controlled 
gun. 2,195,811 ; Apr. 2. 

Bramson, Harry. (See Bramson, Maurice and H.) 

Bramson, Maurice and H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Batter drop- 
per. 2,201,222 ; May 21. 

Brancati, Philip. Jackson Heights, N. Y. Nail puller. 
2,196,351 ; Apr. 9. 

Branche, Nelson T., Shaker Heights, E. H. Ryden, East 
Cleveland, and A. C. Schickler, Beechwood, assignors to 
The Bryant Heater Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Absorp- 
tion refrigeration system. 2,193,389 ; Mar. 12. 

Brand, Erick. (See Bundy, G. M., and Brand.) 

Brand, Erick, assignor to H. & A. Selmer, Inc., Elkhart, 
Ind. Container. 2,197,565 ; Apr. 16. 

Brand, Herbert D., San Mateo, Calif. Feather duster at- 
tachment for vacuum cleaners. 2,214,989 ; Sept. 17. 

Brand, Robert A., Charlotte, N. C. Trash and water elim- 
inator. 2,199,874 ; May 7. 

Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rec- 
ord controlled machine. 2,209,106 ; July 23. 

Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Record controlled punch. 2,209,107 ; July 23. 

Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, and W. A. Ayres, assignors 
to International Business Machines Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Printing machine. 2,192,594 ; Mar. 5. 

Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, N. Y., and G. Nelson, as- 
signors to The National Cash Register Company, Day- 
ton. Ohio. Calculating machine. 2,216.063 ; Sept. 24. 

Brandegee, Morris M. (See Johnson, A., and Brandegee.) 



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Brandegee, Morris M., Plainfield, and C. E. Hemminger, 
Westfleld, N. J., assignors to Combustion Utilities Cor- 
poration, New Yorli, N. Y. Generating oil gas. 
2,205,554 ; June 25. 

Brandel, Lewis P., assignor of one-third to William J. 
Flury and one-third to Frank Halfen, both of Long 
Beach, Calif. Apparatus for clearing liners. 2,213,926 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Brandel, Martin, Buffalo, N. Y. Hoisting attachment for 
ladders. 2,212,384; Aug. 20. 

Brandenburg, Harry J., Glendora, assignor of sixty-fivt 
per cent to F. E. Wood, W. G. Cartter, J. B. Seem, and 
W. J. Bailey, Monrovia, Calif. Planetary transverse 
fruit brasher. 2,196,851 ; Apr. 9. 

Brandenburg, Hellmuth R., Cowell, Calif. Recovering 
magnesium oxide. 2,210,892 ; Aug. 13. 

Brandenburg, Hermann. (See Albrecht, C. A., and Bran- 
denburg.) 

Brandenburg, Hermann, Berlln-Tempelhof, Germany, as- 
signor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Typographical composing and casting machine. 
2,190,112 ; Feb. 13. 

Brandenburg, Hermann, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, as- 
signor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Typographical composing machine. 2,191,844 ; 
Feb. 27. 

Brandenburg, Hermann, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, as- 
signor to Merganthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Type-casting matrix. 2,211,092 ; Aug. 13. 

Brandenburg, Hermann, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, as- 
signor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Typographical composing machine. 2,222,894 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Brandenburg, Joseph J., et al. (See Matthews, Percy W., 
assignor.) 

Brandenburg, Julius, New York, N. Y. Shield for diag- 
nostic reflectors. 2,222,167 ; Nov. 19. 

Brandenburg, Oscar R., Milwaukee, Wis. Matrix. 
2,187,260 ; Jan. 16. 

Brandenburgische Motorenwerke Gesellschaft mit be- 
schrankter Haftung. (See Rosskopf, H., and Stieglitz, 
assignors.) 

Brandenburgische Jlotorenwerke Gesellschaft mit be- 
schriinkter Haftung. (See Stumpp, Hermann, as- 
signor.) 

Brandenthaler, Anthony, Portland, Oreg. Safety razor 
blade. 2,213,062 ; Aug. 27. 

Brandes, Oliver L., assignor to Gulf Research & Develop- 
ment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Prevention of motor- 
bearing corrosion. 2,202,825 : June 4. 

Brandes, Oliver L., assignor to Gulf Reasearch & Develop- 
ment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Lubricant for internal 
combustion engines. 2,202,826 ; June 4. 

Brandfon, Samuel, assignor to Pep Shower Manufacturing 
Co., New Y'ork, N. Y. Mixer for deliquescent bath spray 
tablets. 2,189,936 ; Feb. 13. 

Brandner, Ferdinand, assignor to Junkers Flugzeug-und- 
Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Dessau, Germany. 
Crankcase for multiple bank radial motors. 2,223,508 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Brandon, Alfred E., New York, N. Y. Collapsible beach 
chair and cot. 2,200,912 ; May 14. 

Brandon, Alfred E., New York, N. Y. Shooting and cap 
exploding toy gun. 2,221,506 ; Nov. 12. 

Brandon, Clarence E., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Mold construc- 
tion for line casting machines. 2,192,220 ; Mar. 5. 

Brandon, Thony E., Bowling Green, Ky. Signaling de- 
vice. 2,191,247 ; Feb. 20. 

Brandon, Zeno C, Middletown, Ohio. Mechanism for 
handling material. 2,216,383 ; Oct. 1. 

Brandt, Berkeley, et al. (See Strawn, Raymond, as- 
signor.) 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Method and apparatus for 
processing crude petroleum. 2,189,191 ; Feb. 6. 

BrarUdt, David G., Westfleld, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Distillation and stabilization 
process. 2,198,263 ; Apr. 23. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Conversion of hydrocarbons. 
2,217,587 ; Oct. 8. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Pipe still furnace and heat- 
ing hydrocarbons. 2,221,469 ; Nov. 12. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, assignor to Power Patents 
Company, Hillside, N. J. Refining lubricating oil 
stocks. 2,222,475 ; Nov. 19. 

Brandt, Francis L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Screw turning machine. 2,214,040 ; Sept. 10. 

Brandt, Francis L., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Skiving machine. 2,216,804 ; Oct. 8. 

Brandt, Francis L., Marblehead, Jlass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Shoe clamp. 2,221,859 ; Nov. 19. 

Brandt, Fred H. G., assignor to Sheffield Steel Corpora- 
tion, Kansas City, Mo. Wire drawing die and die 
holder. 2,188,470 ; Jan. 30. 

Brandt, Friedrich H. A., New York, N. Y. Glass-to-metal 
seal. 2,192,892 ; Mar. 12. 

Brandt, Henry E., North St. Paul, Minn. Safety pump 
plunger. 2,186,623; Jan. 9. 

Brandt, Henry E., North St. Paul, Minn. Sprayer with 
agitator. 2,192,256 ; Mar. 5. 



Brandt, Henry E., St. Paul, Minn. Intermittent or con- 
stant discharge device. 2,202,645 ; May 28. 

Brandt, Hermann, assignor to Siemens Apparate und 
Maschinen Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, 
Berlin, Germany. Gyroscopic device. 2,207,850 ; July 
16. 

Brandt, James W., assignor to Lovell Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Erie, Pa. Wringer. 2,203,426 ; June 4. 

Brandt, Louis, Kieler, Wis. Cabbage miller trap. 
2,190,251 : Feb. 13. 

Brandt, Marcella A., St. Paul, Minn. Nail and cuticle 
conditioning device. 2,226,842 ; Dec. 31. 

Brand't, Robert J., Hollywood, Calif. Electrode release 
for arc lamps. Re. 21,346 ; Feb. 13. 

Brandt, Robert L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Colgate- 
Palmolive-Peet Company, Jersey City, N. J. Chemical 
composition. 2,212,432 ; Aug. 20. 

Brandt, Robert L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Colgate- 
Palmolive-Peet Company, Jersey City, N. J. Emulsion. 
2,216,485 ; Oct. 1. 

Brandwood, John, Birkdale, Southport, England. Appa- 
ratus for winding bobbins in fly-frames for subsequent 
liquid treatment of such bobbins. 2,217,212 ; Oct. 8. 

Brangle, Edward, Newburgh Heights, and V. Kolasinski, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Guide for strip mills or the like. 
2,185,657 ; Jan. 2. 

Branin, William I., Wenatchee, Wash. Cable clamp. 
2,220,203 ; Nov. 5. 

Brannas, Earl C. (See Watson, G. W., and Brannas. ) 

Branner, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Register. 2,192,430 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Brannon, Herbert E., Detroit, Mich. Fluid heating de- 
vice. 2,189,127; Feb. 6. 

Brans, Joseph L. (See Bronstein, Joseph L.) 

Bransky, David W. (See Brown, A. B., and Bransky.) 

Branson, Alan R., Wellington, Ohio. Roller skating de- 
vice. 2,198,857 ; Apr. 30. 

Branson, David E., River Edge, N. J., and E. F. Watson, 
Larchmont, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Signaling system. 
2,192,961 ; Mar. 12. 

Branson, Edward H., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for making in- 
sulated electromagnets. 2,201,130 ; May 14. 

Branson, Ellis M., Orlando, Fla. Optical device. 
2,190,646; Feb. 20. 

Branstetter, Donald W., Valley Park, Mo., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Art Metal Works, Inc., Newark, 
N. J. Facial shaving instrument. Re. 21,413 ; Apr. 2. 

Branstrator, Clem G., assignor of one-half to H. J. Fog- 
well, Fort Wayne, Ind. Chassis construction. 2,196,- 
954 ; Apr. 9. 

Brant, David O., Canoga Park, Calif. Liquid cooler. 
2,210,200 ; Aug. 6. 

Brant, William S., Gorham, Kans. Gunstock cushion. 
2,193,310 : Mar. 12. 

Brant, William S., G. J. Lucas, and A. S. Weaver, Jr., 
Sacramento and S. W. Eakle, Woodland, assignors to 
Weaver Tractor Co., Sacramento, Calif. Jack for semi- 
trailers. 2,190,252; Feb. 13. 

Brantingson, Sigurd, Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
Francis Keil & Son, Inc. Lock construction. 2,192,371 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Brantingson, Sigurd, Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
Francis Keil & Son, Inc. Lock construction. 2,225,545 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Brantley, George, assignor of one-third to H. Smith, 
Tampa, Fla. Oilstove. 2,215,720 ; Sept. 24. 

Brantley, William T., Broaddus, Tex. Combined culti- 
vator and cotton chopper. 2,196,547 ; Apr. 9. 

Brantly, John E., Pasadena, Calif. Boiler. 2,189,442 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Brantly, John E., Pasadena, Calif. Steam boiler. 
2,189,443 ; Feb. 6. 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., and Braren.) 

BrarSn, Cornelius I. (See Kimball, W. D., Braren, and 
Mosley.) 

Brasel, Harry R. (See Hinkamp, J. A., and Brasel.) 

Braselton, Chester H. (See Brockway, Harry M., as- 
signor.) 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Na- 
tional Television Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Photo- 
cell pickup system. 2,193.789 : Mar. 19. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
National Television Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Re- 
ceiving apparatus. 2,206,010 ; July 2. 

Brass Goods Manufacturing Co. (See Maloney, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Brass, Samuel. (See Worne, Howard, assignor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Andrews, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Boynton, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Boynton, A. J., and 
Dill, assignors.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Younglove, Edward H., 
assignor. ) 

Brassert, Walter O., Bloomfield, Ind. Concrete wall mem- 
ber. 2,213,687 ; Sept. 3. 

Brassert, Walter O., Bloomfield, Ind. Hay storage silo. 
2,219,468; Oct. 29. 

Brasure, John W., Delmar, N. Y. Embalmer's arm posi- 
tioning and retaining device. 2,207,968 ; July 16. 



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Bratring, Kurt, Dahlem, Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Neoceil Products Corporation. Apparatus for remov- 
ing articles from molds. 2,217,213 ; Oct. 8. 

Bratt, Knut F. (See Ljunggren, I. G. A., Vigborg, and 
Bratt.) 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Chain & Cable Company, Inc. 
Flexible wire tubing. 2,187,873; Jan. 23. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Grease in- 
jecting apparatus. 2,201,426 ; May 21. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Spherical 
cable fitting and applying same. 2,209,673 ; July 30. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Multiple 
Bowden wire structure. 2,218,903 ; Oct. 22. 

Brauer, Leo P., Oklahoma City, Okla. Float valve. 
2,223,609 ; Dec. 3. 

Brauer, Leo F., assignor to Brauer Machine & Supplv 
Company, Oklahoma City, Okla. Well cleanout bailer. 
2,220,989 ; Nov. 12. 

Brauer Machine & Supply Company. (See Brauer, Leo F., 
assignor.) 

Brauer Machine & Supply Company. (See Cunningham, 
Samuel F., assignor.) 

Brauer, Otto H., Three Rivers, Mich., assignor to Fair- 
banks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Welded exhaust pipe. 
2,196,694; Apr. 9. 

Brauer, Otto H., Three Rivers, Mich., assignor to Fair- 
banks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Frame structure for 
railway motor cars. 2,211,095 ; Aug. 13. 

Brauer, Walter, Oklahoma City, Okla. Valve. 2,195,764 ; 
Apr. 2. 

Braun, Alfred. (See Meyer, U., Braun, Unterbusch, Lind- 
lau, and Kern.) 

Braun, Bernd. (See Herrmann, W. O., and Braun.) 

Braun, C. F., & Co. (See Eckart, William R., assignor.) 

Braun, Emil. (See Freudenberg, H., Becker, and Braun.) 

Braun, Emll, assignor to Naturin-Werk Becker & Co., 
Weinheim, Badeu, Germany. Process and apparatus 
for simultaneously drying and conveying tubular prod- 
ucts. 2,211,490 ; Aug. 13. 

Braun, Frank C, New York, N. Y. Adjustable easel. 
2,186,573; Jan. 9. 

Braun, Frank C, New York, N. Y. Suction holder for 
floral designs and the like. 2,225,681 ; Dec. 24. 

Braun, Gains A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Prosperity 
Company, Inc. Operating mechanism for pressing ma- 
chines. 2,221,755 ; Nov. 19. 

Braun, George A. (See Gibbs, H. F., and Braun.) 

Braun, Gr6za, assignor to Standard Brands Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Glutamic acid recovery from solu- 
tions. 2,186,162 ; Jan. 9. 

Braun, Gwilym S., Strasburg, Ohio, assignor to Knapp- 
Monarch Company, St. Louis, Mo. Temperature In- 
dicator for electrical appliances. 2,194,845 ; Mar. 26. 

Braun, Gwilym S., Strasburg, Ohio, assignor to Knapp- 
Monarch Company, St. Louis, Mo. Multivoltage sad- 
iron. 2,215,029 ; Sept. 17. 

Braun, Karl J., Brooklyn, assignor to Remington Rand 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Card sorting machine. 2,185,289 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Braun, Karl J., Ridgewood, assignor to Remington Rand 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Statistical card punch. 2,211,093; 
Aug. 13. 

Braun, Karl J., Ridgewood, assignor to Remington Rand 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Statistical card comparing machine. 
2,211,094 ; Aug. 13. 

Braun, Karl J., North Merrick, assignor to Remington 
Rand Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Statistical card comparing 
machine. 2,214,010; Sept. 10. 

Braun, Otto, Buffalo, N. Y. Direction signal. 2,202,571 ; 
May 28. 

Braun, Willy, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline & Film Corporation. Car- 
boxylic acids of cyclic ketones and producing them. 
2,208,624 ; July 23. 

Braun, Willy, Mannheim, and K. Koeberle, Ludwigshafen- 
on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors to General Aniline & 
Film Corporation. Replacing halogen in cyclic halogen 
compounds and product thereof. 2,195,076 ; Mar. 26. 

Braun, Willy, and K. Koeberle, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Rhine, Germany, assignors to General Aniline & Film 
Corporation. Dyestuffs of the phthalocyaniue series. 
2,225,441 : Dec. 17. 

Braune, Sholom, Fitchburg, Mass. Antipick lock. 
2,202,329 ; May 28. 

Brauner, Pincus, Haverhill, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
Fastening-inserting machine. 2,185,426; Jan. 2. 

Brauner, Pincus, Haverhill, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, N. J. 
Shoemaking. 2,224,213 ; Dec. 10. 

Brauning, Karl A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Man- 
ufacturing Companv, Stamford, Conn. Tubular lock. 
2,207,143; July 9. 

Braunschweig, Werner, and O. Zeun, assignors to Tele- 
funken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., 
Berlin, Germany. Trimming condenser. 2,219,003 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Braunsdorff, Reginald K., East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works Inc., Newark, N. J. Incandescent lamp 
and method of manufacture. 2,224.855 ; Dec. 17. 

Braus, Karl. (See Baehr, H., and Braus.) 



Brautigam, Otto G., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Frank 
G. Shattuck Company, New York, N. Y. Machine for 
making confections. 2,195,836 ; Apr. 2. 

Brautigam, Percy F., assignor of one-half to W. F. Waugh, 
Chicago, 111. Badge. 2,224,179 ; Dec. 10. 

Bravo, Hilario S. and M. S., Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
Closure for containers for aerated beverages. 
2,185,290 ; Jan. 2. 

Bravo, Manuel S. (See Bravo, Hilario S. and M. S.) 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Low 
pour point lubricating oil. 2,200,534 ; May 14. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Sul- 
phurizing chemical compounds. 2,210,877 ; Aug. 13. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Method 
and apparatus for separating wax from oil. 2,218,514 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oil. 2,218,515 ; Oct. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Pro- 
ducing lubricating oil. 2,218,516; Oct. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. De- 
waxing oil. 2,218,517 ; Oct. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oils. 2,218,518 ; Oct. 22. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Lubri- 
cant. 2,225,365 ; Dec. 17. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif Lubri- 
cant. 2,225,366 ; Dec. 17. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Lubri- 
cant. 2,225,367 ; Dec. 17. „„.... 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and C. E. Swift, 
Glendale, assignors to Union Oil Company of California, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Treating oil. 2,191,091 ; Feb. 20. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and J. A. Campbell, 
Jr., Manhattan Beach, assignors to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 
2,194,968: Mar. 26. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and J. A. Campbell, 
Jr., Manhattan Beach, assignors to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 
2,194,969 ; Mar. 26. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and J. A. Campbell, 
Jr., assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 2,218,520 ; Oct. 22. 

Bray, William N., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Conditioning apparatus. 2,204,656 ; June 18. 

Bray, William N., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Shoe part and making the same. 2,221,860 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Brayer, Edward H., Buffalo, N. Y. Fluid metering sys- 
tem. 2,193,474; Mar. 12. 

Brazier, Leslie G., G. M. Hamilton, and R. S. Vincent, 
assignors to Callender's Cable and Construction Com- 
pany, Limited, London, England. Electric cable. 
2,186,446; Jan. 9. 

Breadner, Robert L., J. T. Randall, and J. W. Ryde, 
Middlesex, England, assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Electric lamp. 2,205,809 ; June 25. 

Brecht, Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Shaft coupling. 2,189,598 ; Feb. 6. 

Brecht, Winston A., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Fabrication of electric motor frames. 
2,208,408 ; July 16. 

Brecht, Winston A., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Commutator and clamping structure there- 
for. 2,221,571 : Nov. 12. 

Breckenrldge, Frank. (See Shawber, L. L., and Brecken- 
rid*-'G. ) 

Bredenbeck, William C, assignor to The Cleveland Auto- 
matic Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tool post 
construction. 2,188,198; Jan. 23. 

Bredow, Max, Waterloo, Iowa. Trick toy. 2,204,789 ; 
June 18. 

Bredtschneider, Walter, Berlin-Charlottcnburg, Germany. 
Steam generator. 2,193,795 ; Mar. 19. 

Breed, Carroll M., assignor to United Stove Company, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. Wick type oil burner construction. 
2,186,541; Jan. 9. 

Breeden, Dude S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Holder for caskets or 
the like. 2,206,762; July 2. 

Breeler, Walter R., Fredonia, N. Y. Furnace. 2,191,438 ; 
Feb. 27. 

Breer, Carl. (See Calkins, W. G., and Breer.) 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Vehicle. 2,208,625; July 
23. 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, assignor to Chrysler 
Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Railway vehicle. 
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Bieer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, assignor to Chrysler 
Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Railway vehicle. 
2,208,627 ; July 23. 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, A. G. Herreshoflf, Grosse 
Pointe Village, and O. H. Clark and R. Cadwallader, 
Detroit, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland 
Park, Mich. Motor vehicle body. 2,198,053 ; Apr. 30. 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, and W. Van Der Sluys, 
Detroit, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland 
Park, Mich. Railway vehicle. 2,208,628; July 23. 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, and P. J. Kent, Birming- 
ham, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, 
Mich. Head lamp. 2,218,807; Oct. 22. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Narberth, assignor to Separation 
Process Company, Catasauqua, Pa. Cement manufac- 
ture. 2,214,715 ; Sept. 10. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Narberth, assignor to Separation 
Process Company, Catasauqua, Pa. Cement manufac- 
ture. 2,214,716 ; Sept. 10. 

Breerwood, Charles H., Narberth, assignor to Separation 
Process Company, Catasauqua, Pa. Cement manufac- 
ture. 2,214,717 ; Sept. 10. 

Breese, James L., et al. (See Reeves, Herbert M., as- 
signor.) 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Burner for liquid fuel. 2,186,004 ; Jan. 9. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Hydrocarbon burner. 2,187,261 ; Jan. 16. 

Breese, James L., Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignor, b.v mesne 
assignments, to Motor Wheel Corporation, Lansing, 
Mich. Burner for liquid fuel. 2,194,135; Mar. 19. 

Breese, James L., Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Motor Wheel Corporation, Lansing, 
Mich. Burner for liquid fuel. 2.194,136 ; Mar. 19. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. Adjustable pilot. 2,208,746 ; July 23. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Cooking range. 2,224,534 ; Dec. 10. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Cooking range. 2,224,535 ; Dec. 10. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Santa Fe, N. 
Mex. Burner pot. 2,225,467 ; Dec. 17. 

Breese, James L., assignor to Oil Devices, Sante Fe, N. Mex. 
Making burner pots. 2,226,216 ; Dec. 24. 

Breese, Robert P. (See Bragg, C. S., and Breese.) 

Breese, Robert P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Products Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Valve. 
2,212,913 ; Aug. 27. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. 
signer.) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. 
signer.) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. 
signor.) 

Breeze, George A., Waterford Township, Oakland County, 
Mich. Carburetor. 2,194,540 ; Mar. 26. 

Bregman, Ben, Leeds, England. Sewing machine. 
2,210,893 ; Aug. 13. 

Bregou, Louis V., Worcester, and P. E. Berling, Auburn ; 
said Berling assignor to said Bregou, Worcester, Mass. 
Hair waver. 2,201,223 ; May 21. 

Erehm, Charles M., assignor to The Steel Products En- 
gineering Company, Springfield, Ohio. Die. 2,212,874 ; 
Aug. 27. 

Brehm, William F.. Rochester, Pa. Tracheal instrument. 
2.198,241 ; Apr. 23. 

Brehob, Frederick H., Erie, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Heat transfer system. 2,188,172 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Breitbarth, August H., and H. Anderson, Valparaiso, Ind. 
Collet chuck. 2,192,024; Feb. 27. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Self-opening die head. 
2,195.837; Apr. 2. 

Breltenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Self-opening die head. 
2,197,336 ; Apr. 16. 

Ureitenstein, Charles J., and F. G. Nicolaus, assignors 
to R. T. Moloney, Chicago, 111. Rotary spinner switch. 
2,203,889 ; June 11. 

r.reitenstein, Charles T., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Step-up mechanism. 2,216,935 ; Oct. 8. 

Breltenstein, Victor W., assignor to Illinois Testing 
Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, HI. Temperature con- 
troller. 2,218,502 : Oct. 22. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Accounting and the like machines. 2.196,382 : Apr. 9. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Cash register. 2,209,763 ; July 30. 

P.reitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, and G. Topel, Berlin- 
Reinickendorf, Germany, assignors to The National 
Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Printing cash 
registers, accounting, and the like machines. 
2.210,021 ; Aug. 6. 

Breitschwerdt, Karl, Brooklyn, N. Y. Poultry drawer. 
2,189,752 ; Feb. 13. 

Brekke, Marshall T., Scarsdale, assignor to Northam 
Warren Corporation, New York, N. Y. Display device. 
2.223,842; Dec. 3. 

Brell, Jules J., and H. Radzinsky, New York, N. Y., as- 
signors to Shellmar Products (Jompany, Mount Vernon, 
Ohio. Making bngs or envelopes. 2,211,556 ; Aug 13 



(See Billig, Philip J., assignor.) 
(See Flynt, Louis W. G., as- 

(See Heller, Joseph I., as- 

(See Minter, Clarke C, as- 



Brelsford, J. 0., and J. T. Conlou, assignors to Gustin 
Bacon Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo. 
Portable refrigerator. 2,200,465 ; May 14. 

Breman, Frank J., Oak Park, and E. F. Dell, Park Ridge, 
111., assignors to Davidson Manufacturing Company. 
Friction feeder. 2,224,137 ; Dec. 10. 

Bremer, Agatha K., New Washington, Ohio. Washing 
machine. 2,194,688 ; Mar. 26. 

Bremer, Clarence, Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing hexahydric 
alcohol borates. 2,223,349 ; Dec. 3. 

Bremer, Clarence, Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Dulcitol and mannitol 
borates and salts thereof. 2,223,948 ; Dec. 3. 

Bremer, Clarence, Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der (Jompany, Wilmington, Del. Sorbitol borates and 
salts thereof. 2,223,949 ; Dec. 3. 

Bremer, Clarence, Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Pow- 
der Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing dulcitol and 
mannitol monoborate monocondensation products. 
2,224,011 ; Dec. 3. 

Bremer, Norman C, assignor to Morse Chain Company, 
Ithaca, N. Y. Roller chain. 2,185,702 ; Jan. 2. 

Bremer, Norman C, assignor to Morse Chain Company, 
Ithaca, N. Y. Chain adjuster. 2,210,276 ; Aug. 6. 

Bremer, Norman C, assignor to Morse Chain Company, 
Ithaca, N. Y. Transmission chain. 2,219,125 ; Oct. 22. 

Bremner, Carl St. J., Santa Barbara, and C. M. Poller, 
Glendale, Calif. Drill pipe orienting tool. 2,207,50.5 ; 
July 9. 

Bremner, Claude M., Winnipeg, Manitoba, assignor of 
two-thirds to M. C. and D. A. Marcotte, Hudson Bay 
Junction, Saskatchewan, Canada. Airplane and snow- 
plane propulsion means. 2,197,293 ; Apr. 16. 

Bremser, Albert T., Sidney, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Pump. 
2,207,337 ; July 9. 

Bremser, Albert T., Sidney, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Valve for fuel 
pump mechanism. 2,211,252 ; Aug. 13. 

Brenchley, William M. Stockton, Calif. Sack chute and 
switch. 2,190,094; Feb. 13. 

Brendel, Clyde, Los Angeles, Calif. Roller bit. 2,204,657 ; 
June 18. 

Brendel, Hans, and E. Buchholz, Hamburg-Wandsbek, as- 
signors to Bauer & Schaurte, Neuss-on-the-Rhine, Ger- 
many. Device for dressing screw-thread-grinding 
disks. 2,213,665 ; Sept. 3. 

Brendler, Karl, Vienna, Austria. Theftproofing device 
for motor vehicles. 2,224,894 ; Dec. 17. 

Brendlin, Adolf, Knapsack, Bezirk Cologne, Germany. 
High pressure membrane. 2,203,859 ; June 11. 

Brengman, Fred C. (See Parker, M. E., and Brengman.) 

Brenkert, Karl, assignor to Brenkert Light Projection 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Motion picture projector. 
2,194,585 ; Mar. 26. 

Brenkert, Karl, assignor to Brenkert 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Film gate. 
18. 

Brenkert, Karl, assignor to Brenkert Light Projection 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Lubricating system for mo- 
tion picture projectors. 2,211,363 ; Aug. 13. 

Brenkert, Karl, assignor to Brenkert Light Projection Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motion picture projector. 
2,211,364; Aug. 13. f y j 

Brenkert Light Projection Company. (See Brenkert, Karl, 
assignor.) 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Regis- 
ter Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding machine. 

2.187.697 ; Jan. 16. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Regis- 
ter Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding device. 

2.187.698 ; Jan. 16. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding register. 
2,189,724 : Feb. 6. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Co., Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 2,212,174 ; Aug. 
20. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Autographic 
Register Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 
2,213,157 ; Aug. 27. 

Brennan, Ambrose K., and J. M. Jans, assignors to Read 
Machinery Company, Incorporated, York, Pa. Vacuum 
type mixer. 2,209,559 ; July 30. 

Brennan, Daniel A., deceased, Chicago, 111. ; E. L. Zwickcl 
executor. Fastener. 2,212,896 ; Aug. 27. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Treating alumi- 
num. 2,209,712 ; July 30. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Euclid, Ohio. Electrolytic device. 
2,209,871 ; July 30. 

Brennan. Joseph B., and L. E. Marsh. Fort Wayne, Ind., 
said Marsh assignor to said Brennan. Metal stencil. 
2,213,237 ; Sept. 3. 

Brennan, Joseph H., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Electro Metallurgical Company. Making molybdenum 
and alloys of molybdenum. 2,186,447 ; Jan. 9. 

Brennan, Joseph H., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Electro Metallurgical Company. Treating allovs. 
2,207,282 : July 9. 

Brennan, Joseph H., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Elec- 
tro Metallurgical Company. Production of metals. 
2,224,536 ; Dec. 10. 

Brennan, Leo J. (See O'Toole, Floyd F., assignor.) 



Light Projection 
2,204,884 ; June 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Brennan, Thomas F., Valhalla, assignor to American Can 
Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 2,185,180 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Brenneman, William C, Huntingdon, Pa. Snap cap struc- 
ture. 2,198,858 ; Apr. 30. 

Brenner, Charles M., deceased, Shreveport, La. ; E. L. 
Brenner, administratrix. Venetian blind. 2,202,752 ; 
May 28. 

Brenner, Edith L., administratrix. (See Brenner, Charles 
M.) 

Brenner, Edward, Chicago, 111. Light-controlled actuating 
device. 2,187,012 ; Jan. 16. 

Brenner, Julian D. (See Clark, H. A., Miller, Fowler, 
Anderson, and Brenner.) 

Brenner, Paul, Youngstown, Ohio. Belt. 2,194,734 ; Mar. 
26. 

Brenner, Samuel L. (See De Verter, Walton, assignor.) 

Brenning, Reuben, Cheyenne, Wyo. Wrench. 2,206,802 ; 
July 2. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for de- 
forming the edge of an article. 2,224,666 ; Dec. 10. 

Bresch, Albert L., University City, Mo. Lock-actuating 
structure. 2,199,613 ; May 7. 

Brescka, Rudolph S., Cranford, and E. J. Meagher, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Gauge. 2,197,755 ; Apr. 
23 

Brescka, Rudolph S., Cranford, and E. J. Meagher, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Gauge, 2,197,756 ; Apr. 
23. 

Brescka, Rudolph S., Cranford, and E. J. Meagher, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Gauge. 2,197,757 ; Apr. 
23. 

Bresiav, Victor, Brussels, Belgium, assignor to Interna 
Holding, Soci^t6 Anonyme, Luxemburg, Grand Duchy of 
Luxemburg. Pneumatic distribution for two-stroke in- 
ternal combustion engines. 2,187.341 ; Jan. 16. 

Bresler, Fritz, Berkeley, and A. Drasky, Oakland, as- 
signors to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Purification of ketones and ketols. 2,204,956 ; 
June 18. 

Bresnahan, George T., and W. W. Tuttle, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Discus structure. 2,223,091 ; Nov. 26. 

Bressler, Robert E., assignor to Kol-Master Corporation, 
Oregon, 111. Automatic combustion control. 2,200,326 ; 
May 14. 

Bressler, Robert E., assignor to Kol-Master Corporation, 
Oregon, 111. Combustion control. 2,209,306 ; July 30. 

Bressler, Robert E., assignor to Kol-Master Corporation, 
Oregon, 111. Automatic combustion control. 2,212,005 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Breth, Ferdinand W., New York, N. Y., and M. Blumer, 
Butler. Pa. Refining a mineral oil. 2,189,128 ; Feb. 6. 

Breth, Maximilian, Ozone Park, N. Y. Cloth laying ma- 
chine. 2,196,823 ; Apr. 9. 

Breth, Maximilian, Ozone Park, N. Y. Shear guide for 
cutting cloth. 2,205,743 ; June 25. 

Breth, Maximilian, Ozone Park, N. Y. Cloth laying ma- 
chine. 2,217,096 : Oct. 8. 

Breth, Walter J. (See Engler, M. L., and Breth.) 

Bretholtz Manufacturing Company. (See Bretholtz, 
Nathan, assignor.) 

Bretholtz, Nathan, assignor to Bretholtz Manufacturing 
Company, Worcester, JNIass. Grading machine. 
2,207,237 ; .Tuly 9. 

Bretschger, Max E. (See Adolph G., and Bretschger.) 

Bretschger, Max E., H. O. Kauffmann, and F. A. Gilbert, 
assignors to Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company, Inc., 
Buffalo, N. Y. Aluminum container for hydrogen per- 
oxide. 2,219,293 ; Oct. 29. 

Bretschger, Max E., Buffalo, H. O. Kauffmann, Eggerts- 
ville, and F. A. Gilbert, assignors to Buffalo Electro- 
chemical Company, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Aluminum 
container for hydrogen peroxide. 2,219,294 ; Oct. 29. 

Bretschneider, Max, Plauen, Germany. Apparatus for 
producing a uniform tension in winding devices. 
2,190,529 ; Feb. 13. 

Brett, Donald C, Parma, Idaho. Combined handle, reel 
holder, and drag for fishing poles. 2,208,493 ; July 16. 

Brett, George F. (See Rust, N. M., and Brett.) 

Brett, George F., London, England, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Luminescent screen. 2,195,- 
444; Apr. 2. 

Brett, George F.. London, England, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Cathode ray tube. 2,211,844 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Brett, George F., London, England, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Electron discharge device. 
2,21.3,543; Sept. 3. 

Brett, George F., London, England, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron discharge device. 
2,227,062; Dec. 31. 

Bretting, Aage E., assignor to Christiani & Nielsen, Copen- 
hagen. Denmark. Depositing of sand under water. 
2,191.845 ; Feb. 27. 

Bretz, John S., Detroit, Blich. Piston. 2,212,148 ; Aug. 
20. 

Breuchaud, Jules R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Underpinning & Foundation Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Fermentation cell for converting organic matter 
to humus. 2,222,651 ; Nov. 26. 



Conn., assignor of 
Y. Motor vehicle 

Conn., assignor of 
Y. Control mecha- 



assignor to Savas 
Rifle. 2,223,092 



Breuer, Marcel, London, England. Chair. 2,215,540 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Brever, Clarence J., Browerville, Minn. Engine governor. 
2,224,507 ; Dec. 10. 

Brewer-Cantelmo Company. (See Feeley, Robert S., as- 
signor.) 

Brewer, cnarles A., Noroton Heights, 
one half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. 
clutch control. 2,216,466; Oct. 1. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. 
nism. 2,225,682 ; Dec. 24. 

Brewer, James A., Montclair, N. J. Portfolio. 2,211,809 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Brewer, John A., assignor of one-half to W. C. Strungart, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Guided and protected electrical 
connection. 2,213,133 ; Aug. 27. 

Brewer, John G., Piedmont, Mo. Adjustable ladder leg. 
2,200,535 ; May 14. 

Brewer, Nicholas L., Agawam, Mass., assignor to Savage 
Arms Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sight for firearms. 
2,190,500; Feb. 13. 

Brewer, Nicholas L., Agawam, Mass., 
Arms Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Nov. 26. 

Brewer, Nicholas L., North Agawam, Mass., assignor to 
Savage Arms Corporation, New York, N. Y. Mechanism 
for control of breech bolt return and release of hammer 
for semiautomatic firearms. 2,223,093 ; Nov. 26. 

Brewer, Nicholas L., North Agawam, Mass., assignor to 
Savage Arms Corporation, New York, N. Y. Release 
mechanism for semiautomatic firearms. 2,224,758 ; Dec. 
10. 

Brewer, Sherman T., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electron dis- 
charge device circuit. 2,212,337 ; Aug. 20. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Card, Charles 
S., assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Johannsen, 
Udo K., assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Wenn, Floyd 
D., assignor.) 

Brewin, Harry E., assignor to Brewin Process Corpora- 
tion, Pleasantville, N. J. Apparatus for dyeing and 
finishing stockings. 2,221,669 ; Nov. 12. 

Bx'ewin Process Corporation. (See Brewin, Harry E., as- 
signor.) 

Brewington, Philip J., San Antonio, Tex. Pipe vise. 
2,196,623 ; Apr. 9. 

Brewster Aeronautical Corporation. (See Brown, Dayton 
T., assignor.) 

Brewster, Harry M. (See Saniuelson, W. J., and Brew- 
ster. ) 

Brewster, Jack A., Redlands, Calif. Apparatus for pro- 
tecting vegetation. 2,223,597 ; Dec. 3. 

Brewster, Jerry, Senior, Gypsum, Colo. Rotary swing. 
2,189,239; Feb. 6. 

Brewster, Joliii K., Flint, Mich. Trailer stabilizer. 
2,194,160; Mar. 39. 

Breyer, Frank G., Wilton, Conn. Process and apparatus 
for zinc smelting. 2,207,779 ; July 16. 

Brian, William S., Owensboro, Ky., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Mercury inter- 
rupter. 2,225,969 ; Dec. 24. 

Brian, William S., Owensboro, Ky., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Circuit interrupter. 
2,225,970; Dec. 24. 

Brian, William S., Owensboro, Ky., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Mercury inter- 
rupter. 2,225,971 ; Dec. 24. 

Briand, Henry, Paris, France. Device for regulating the 
action of brakes. 2,209,149 ; July 23. 

Briar Hill Corporation. (See Blum, Harold T., assignor.) 

Brice, Albert. (See Simons, J. E. R., and Ethel L. and 
A. Brlce.) 

Brice, Albert L., assignor to The Frederick Iron and Steel 
Company, Frederick, Md. Shear pin alarm for stokers. 
2,205.370 ; June 18. 

Brice, Ethel L. (See Simons, J. E. R., and Ethel L. and 
A. Brice.) 

Brice, Ethel L., Stockport, assignor to J. E. R. Simons, 
Harlow, Essex, England. Device for driving posts and 
stakes into the ground. 2,225,765 ; Dec. 24. 

Brice, Hugh D., Houston, Tex. Pressure stabilizer. 
2,210,480 ; Aug. 6. 

Brichieri-Colombi, Luigi, O. Zappuli, and L. Romanelli, 
Florence, Italy. Massage device. 2,218,081 ; Oct. 15. 

Brick, Perry A., assignor to The Perfection Steel Body 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Stake truck body construc- 
tion. 2,206,074; July 2. 

Bricker, James G., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Flag support. 
2,192,635 ; Mar. 5. 

Brickman, Alan E., Rostravor Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa., assignor to The American Steel and Wire 
Company of New Jersey. Hinge dowel for transverse 
joints of concrete roadways and the like. 2,207,085 ; 
July 9. 

Brickman, Alan E., Rostravor Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Load transfer device. 2,201,134 ; May 21. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company 
of New Jersey. Pavement joint. 2,201,824 ; May 21. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Brickman, Alan E., Rostravor Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Terminal connection for elongated flex- 
ible interconnecting members. 2,211,615 ; Aug. 13. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Expansion and contraction joint. 
2,212,492 ; Aug. 27. 

Brickman, Alan E., Rostravor Township, Westmoreland 
County, Pa., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Load transfer device. 2,212,680 ; Aug. 
27. 

Bridge, Edward W., Philadelphia, Pa. Mass balling ma- 
chine. 2,214,521 ; Sept. 10. 

Bridgman, George A., assignor to Cutler Mail Chute Co., 
Rochester, N. Y. Mail chute construction. 2,209,070 ; 
July 23. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Broecker, Lewis C, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Hiertz, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Company. (See Spraragen, Louis, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Fabrics, Inc. (See Hamm, James I., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Fabrics, Incorporated. (See Spraragen, Louis, 
assignor.) 

Bridgeport Rolling Mills Company, The. (See Hackley, 
Stephen, P., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Ward, Marshall, 
assignor. ) 

Bridgers, Emil C, San Antonio, Tex. Gasket. 2,200,6SS ; 
May 14. 

Bridges, Edythe M. (See Moody, R. B., and Bridges.) 

Bridges, Frank R., Needham, assignor to The Gamewell 
Company, Newton. Upper Falls, Mass. Signaling sys- 
tem. 2,199,279 ; Apr. 30. 

Bridges, Frank R,, Needham, assignor to The Gamewell 
Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Signaling sys- 
tem. 2,201,712 ; May 21. 

Bridges, Frank R., Needham, and F. E. Weld, Newton, 
assignors to The Gamewell Company, Newton Upper 
Falls, Mass. Fire alarm system. 2,186,163 ; Jan. 9. 

Bridgford, Reed, B. A. Tibbits, G. H. Stevens, and C. 
Diehm, Rochester, Mich. Tire pressure signal. 
2,194,735; Mar. 26. 

Bridler, Walter L., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Wrist watch 
bracelet clasp. 2,188,471 ; Jan. 30. 

Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Valve. 2,189,129 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Briebrecher, Harold, assignor to Anton Loibl, G. m. b. H., 
Berlin, Germany. Photoelectric system for sorting ma- 
chines. 2,222,429 ; Nov. 19. 

Briedenbaugh, Christian P. (See Turner, J. F., and 
Briedenbaugh.) 

Briefer, Caesar J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tool. 2,209,186; 
July 23. 

Briefer, Caesar J., Brooklyn, and E. Burger, Little Neck, 
Long Island, N. Y. Lamp. 2,209,187 ; July 23. 

Briegel, Theodore W., Galva, 111. Compression-type fit- 
ting. 2.195.559 : Apr. 2. 

Brieger. Ferdinand, Berlin-Kopenick, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Salt bath furnace. 
2,215,317 ; Sept. 17. 

Brierly, George E., Detroit, Mich. Insulating panel for 
building walls. 2,207,454 ; July 9. 

Briggs, Arthur M., Huntington Park, Calif. Rotary 
pump. 2,189.356 ; Feb. 6. 

Briggs, George L., Oneida, N. Y. Skid chain. 2,186,475 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Briggs, George L., Oneida, N. Y. Lawn mower. 
2,199,280; Apr. 30. 

Briggs, Henry C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steering mechanism 
for vessels. 2.214,655 ; Sept. 10. 

Briggs, Henry C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Blechanism for im- 
proving the dirigibility of ships, submarines, and air- 
craft. 2,214,656 ; Sept. 10. 

Briggs, Henry H., Asheville, N. C. Apparatus for visual 
training. 2,213,484 ; Sept. 3. 

Briggs, John E., Detroit, Mich. Heating unit. 2,192,636 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Briggs, Joseph A., Erlton, N. J., assignor to Phileo Radio 
& Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Sound re- 
producing device. 2,196,352 ; Apr. 9. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ball, Albert P., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Casson, Wesley C, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Coordes, Harry G., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Doty, Clifford B., 
assignor. ) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Pitz Gerald, John 
W., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Graf, Vincent J., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Blanufacturing Company. (See Klotsch, Paul, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Mcintosh, J. E., 
and Uren, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Pattison, Herbert 
J., assignor.) 



Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Prance, Alvin W., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Roberts, Ralph S., 
assignor. ) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Sloman, C. M., and 
Hierta, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Tjaarda, John, as- 
signor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Votypka, John, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Wetzell, Edward 
A., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Zablocki, Eugene 
C, assignor.) 

Briggs, Merton B., assignor to I. A. Simon, Pittsburgh 
Pa. Stabilizer. 2,196,436 ; Apr. 9. 

Briggs, Orville B., Perrysburg, and Albert L. Lamb, as- 
signors to Safety Belt Lacer Company, Toledo, Ohio 
Belt lacer. 2,199,932 ; May 7. 

Briggs, Orville B., Perrysburg, assignor to Safety Belt- 
Lacer Company, Toledo, Ohio. Lacer. 2,211,640 • 
Aug. 13. 

Briggs, Rufus L., Melrose, assignor to Thomson-Gibb Elec- 
tric Welding Company, Lynn, Mass. Rotary timing 
apparatus for electric circuits. 2,209,108 ; July 23 

Briggs Rufus L., Melrose, assignor to Thomson-Gibb 
Electric Welding Company, Lynn, Mass., and Handy & 
Harman, Bridgeport. Conn. Brazed joint and produc- 
ing the same. 2,223,312 ; Nov. 26. 

Briggs, Stephen F., Naples, Fla., assignor to Outboard 
Marine & Manufacturing Company, Waukegan 111 
Evaporator for household refrigerators. 2,192 431 • 
Mar. 5. > , o , 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Coughlin. Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Fitz Gerald, John 
W., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Gottlieb, Oscar F 
assignor.) ' 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Gottlieb, O F 
Jones, and Kohls, assignors.) 

Bnggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward M. 
assignor.) ' 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. See Mack Perrv R 
assignor.) ' -^ '=*'■■' •^•' 

Briggs, Thomas H., Jr., Wellesley Hills, assignor to Ray- 
theon Production Corporation, Newton, Mass. Elec- 
2^206 937'-'^July*^£f''^'"'^'' *"''® '*''"'"'" construction. 

Briggs, ' William C.,' Paducah, Tex. Fence. 2,187,641; 

Brigham, Ernest H., assignor to Protectol Company, Inc . 
Chicago, 111. Cleaning beer lines. 2,196,176 ; Apr. 9 

Brigham, Nelson E. (See Holveck, J. E., and Brigham.)' 

Brigham, Nelson E Arlington, assignor to Worthington 
Pump and Machinery Corporation, Harrison, N J 
2 219 126 ^^Ocr*22 *^°°^*^°* ^^^^^ reciprocating pump.' 

Brighara, Roy, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Smoking nine 
cigar, or cigarette holder. 2,221,439 ; Nov 12 

Bright, Arthur C. (See Titlestad, N., and Bright.) 

Bright, Arthur W., and J. H. Zeigler, Kingsport, Tenn 
r>f,^^r.°o°J®' ^ r^l"*^ assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Starting and balancing 
azeotropic distillation systems. 2,1997982 ; May 7 
ifn^*' i^^i'",''''^ ^^■' Kinssport, Tenn., assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Extraction of 
fatty acids. 2,199,983 ; May 7. ^^iiatuon or 

Bright, Elvm _M., Dayton, assignor to J. M. Wallace, Cin- 
"Jinati, Ohio, as trustee. Steering wheel. 2,187 193 • 

03.11. 16. ' ' 

^'^^H^*^' o^""^"'^ S- ^*i ''°^^^' Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
The Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J 
Coloring wood. 2,210,832 ; Aug. 6. t , i^. j. 

Bright, Harold, London, England. Mechanical and elec- 
trical coupling. 2,220,810 : Nov. 5. 

ment "''Tl87 ■675'-'^ J^a^n^'ie*'^'^' '^^^'^'^^^'^ garden imple- 
^Tl98 le?-"!" r^'is^^'^^"""''^®' ^^'^- ^'^^eut hanger. 
Bright Star' Battery Company. (See Deslmone, Anthony 

J., assignor.) ' 

'^''ifc"e!'''2!218,°l'04;%. 15^''*' ^^"^- ''^''^ *^^'«°S '^^- 
Briktex^ Incorporated. (See Kaye, Robert L., assignor ) 
Bnlhart, Atno d, Great Neck, N. Y. Adjustable reed for 

musical wind instruments. 2,224,719 • Dec 10 
Brill, August C, Oberursel, near Prank-fort-'on-the-Main 

Germany, assignor to The Turner Tanning Machinery 

2,207,000 •JuVy^'g'^' ^^''''"'' ^"^'^ measuring machine 
^'^']"r.^^°''^ C .assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

pigmTn^l."''2,¥^te^^°Sov''''i2 P^''"^"- "^ -'P-ved 
^""signor )^" ^°™P=*"y' '^'le. (See Latshaw, Elmer, as- 
Brill, John L., Newark, Del., and R. W. Plummer, Buenos 

i'codnfJ'^'^/^i assignors to E. I. du Pont diNfmou?! 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Chemical Dropp<5<! inr! 

apparatus. 2,192,124: Feb 27 '-'"'"'''-a' piocess and 
Brill, Otto, Oruro, Bolivia, assignor to Firm Mannes- 

mann-Stahlblechbau A.-G., Beriin, Germany. Produc- 

Oct '^°2Q^^ "° ^'^"^ ^^^ galvanized articles. 2,219,977 ; 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Brill, Samuel, and C. C. F. Clarke, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada. Vending machine. 2,192,637 ; Mar. 5. 

Brimboeuf, Gaston, assignor of eighty per cent to J. G. 
Brimboeuf, New Yorlj, N. Y. Stepladder guard attach- 
ment. 2,208,833 ; July 23. 

Brimboeuf, Josephine G. (See Brimboeuf, Gaston, 
assignor.) 

Brimhall, George H., Huntington Park, Calif. Mold for 
building tile. 2,206,803 ; July 2. 

Brindel, Harold P. (See Prater, C, and Brindel.) 

Briner, Emil A., assignor to Aero Engineering Corpora- 
tion, East Orange, N. J. Propeller control mechanism. 
2,206,874 ; July 9. 

Brink, Edwin H. (See Ver Planck, D. W., and Brink.) 

Brink, Fred B., Oklahoma City, Okla. Coil cleaner, 
2,208,957 ; July 23. 

Brink, Winfield S. (See MacDonald, H. D., and Brink.) 

Brink, Winfield S., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Wheel construction. 
2,213,063 ; Aug. 27. 

Brinkmann, Hans, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktien- 
gesellscBaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Ferromag- 
netic device. 2,214,898 ; Sept. 17. 

Brlnkworth, Clarence J. (See Lauenstein, C. F., and 
Brlnkworth.) 

Brintnall, John W., Alameda, Calif. Fastening device for 
mops, brushes, and the like. 2,218,521 ; Oct. 22. 

Brinton, H., Co. (See Boulais, Wilfrid, assignor.) 

Brinton, Joseph H., Media, Pa., assignor to The Yale & 
Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Night 
latch. Re. 21,608 ; Oct. 29. 

Brinton, Thomas E., Waukegan, 111. Tool. 2,202,895 ; 
June 4. 

Brinton, William C, Harper, Wash. Ignition system for 
internal combustion engines. 2,220,440 ; Nov. 5. 

Briot, Andrfi. (See Warnecke, R., and Briot.) 

Brisbane, Eugene C. (See Goit, L. E., and Brisbane.) 

Brisbane, Eugene C, and E. H. Myers, assignors to S. 
Morgan Smith Company, York, Pa. Valve mechanism. 
2,197,202; Apr. 16. 

Brisbane, Eugene C^ and F. E. Peacock, assignors to S. 
Morgan Smith Company, York, Pa. Valve control 
mechanism. 2,214,119 ; Sept. 10. 

Briscoe, Charles F., et al. (See Weeks, Lloyd W., as- 
signor.) 

Brisendine, Guy F., assignor to Carbon Systems, Inc., 
Kansas City, Mo. Manifold unit and producng the 
same. 2,185,721 ; Jan. 2. 

Brisendine, Guy F., assignor to The Schooley Printing and 
Stationery Company, Kansas City, Mo. Carbon mani- 
fold form. 2,190,253 ; Feb. 13. 

Brislee, Francis J., Huyton, and R. Blackburn, assignors 
to British Insulated Cables Limited, Prescot, England. 
Electrolytic etching machine. 2,224,667 ; Dec. 10. 

Brison, Albert D., Detroit, Mich. Shears. 2,217,726 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Brison, William R., Baytown, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Road surfacing composi- 
tion. 2,213,576 ; Sept. 3. 

Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Butler, 
L. P. G., and Cordiner, assignors.) 

Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Fedden, 
A. H. R., Copley, and Fortescue, assignors.) 

Bristol Aeroplane (jompany Limited. (See Fedden, A. H. 
R., and Mansell, assignors.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Beecher, John W., assignor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Borden, Perry A., assign- 
or.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Bristol, Franklin B., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Noble, Alphonso, assignor.) 

Bristol, Franklin B., Middlebury, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Impulse transmitter for 
telemetering systems. 2,214,159 ; Sept. 10. 

Bristol, Fred C, assignor to H. M. Gumbin, Chicago, 111. 
Draught beer controlling unit. 2,210,164; Aug. 6. 

Bristol, George W., New York, N. Y. Flexible pressing 
machine pad. 2,190,146 ; Feb. 13. 

Bristol, Gerald, and A. R. Wilsher, assignors of one-fourth 
to S. R. Cantrell and one-fourth to J. W. Shirley, San 
Perlita, Tex. Power rake. 2,226,460 ; Dec. 24. 

Bristol, Harold F. (See Thompson, J. S., and Bristol.) 

Bristol-Myers Company. (See Calrncross, Stanley E., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol, RobeTt D., Flint, Mich. Air duct. 2,215,318 ; 
Sept. 17. 

Bristow, Franciss G., Sydney, New South Walas, Australia. 
Sheep shear comb. 2,210,703 ; Aug. 6. 

Bristow, William L., San Francisco, Calif. Visual motor 
analyzer. 2,211,196 ; Aug. 13. 

Bristow, William L., assignor of fifty-one per cent to 
W. H. Latimer, Chicago, 111. Headlight. 2,216,156: 
Oct. 1. 

British Acoustic Films Limited. (See Kolb, Otto K., 
assignor.) 

British American Oil Company, The. (See Rude, Robert 
L., assignor.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Bannister, L. C, 
and Clements, assignors.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Brislee, P. J., and 
Blackburn, assignors.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Broom, T. C, 
and Powell, assignors.) 

British Insulated Cables Limited. (See Hargreaves, E. S., 
Clements, Brown, and Lawrenson, assignors.) 



British Smokeless & Oil Fuels Limited. (See Nlsbet, 
Robert, assignor.) 

British Thermostat Company Limited, The. (See Martin- 
Hurst, W. F. P., and Sargeaunt, assignors.) 

Brittain, Buna A., Los Angeles, Calif. Fluid pump. 
2,227,122 ; Dec. 31. 

Brittain, Kenneth W., Berwick, Pa., assignor to American 
Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Car side 
door and folding skirt arrangement. 2,190,694 ; Feb. 20. 

Brittain, Monroe, Chickasha, Okla. Oil burner. 2,205,340 ; 
June 18. 

Britten, Edwin P., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calculat- 
ing machine. 2,201,713 ; May 21. 

Britten, James P., E. S. King, and P. L. Baumgard, as- 
signors to Sabine Steel & Construction Corporation, 
Port Arthur, Tex. Electrically operated hammer. 
2,189,700; Feb. 6. 

Brittin, Edward B., Springfield, 111. Clamping device. 
2,185,782 ; Jan. 2. 

Britton Controls, Inc. (See Britton, Karl B., assignor.) 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Bass, S. L., and Britton.) 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Dreisbach, R. R., Britton, and 
Perkins.) 

Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Insecticidal emulsion composition. 
2,210,894; Aug. 13. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., H. B. Marshall, To- 
ronto, Ontario, Canada, and W. J. Le Pevre, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Co- 
polymers of styrene and making the same. 2,186,359 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Blich., H. B. Marshall, To- 
ronto, Ontario, Canada, and W. J. Le Pevre, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Styrene 
copolymers. 2,186,360 ; Jan. 9. 

Britton, Edgar C, and C. L. Moyle, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Ethylene diclnna- 
mate. 2,190,917 ; Feb. 20. 

Britton, Edgar C, and H. R. Slagh, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Unsaturated ethers 
of dioxan. 2,195,386 ; Mar. 26. 

Britton, Edgar C, and H. R. Slagh, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Glycerol di- 
chlorohydrin. 2,198,600 ; Apr. 30. 

Britton, Edgar C, and C. L. Moyle, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company. Midland, Mich. Nitro-salicylidene 
compounds. 2,199,389 ; May 7. 

Britton, Edgar C, and H. R. Slagh. assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Jlidland, Mich. Unsaturated 
ethers and making same. 2,201,074 ; May 14. 

Britton, Edgar C, and J. E. Livak, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Manufacture of 
coumarin. 2,204,008 ; June 11. 

Britton, Edgar C, R. C. Dosser, and J. J. Sculatl, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Prep- 
aration of cyclohexene. 2,204,565 ; June 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman and J. W. Zemba, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company. Midland, 
Mich. Copolymers of styrene and 2-chloroallyl esters. 
2,205,390 ; June 25. 

Britton, Edgar C, and C. W. Davis, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Polymerization of 
vinylidene chloride. 2,206,022 ; July 2. 

Britton, Edgar C, H. S. Nutting, and L. H. Horsley. as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Separation of butylene-1 and isobutylene from mixtures 
containing same. 2,207,608 ; July 9. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman and J. W. Zemba, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Insecticidal composition. 2,212,536 ; Aug. 27. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and J. W. Zemba, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Aryloxy-polyalkylene ether iodides. 2,213,119 ; Aug. 
27. 

Britton, Edgar C, and G. PI. Coleman, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Synthetic 
resin compositions. 2,213,201 ; Sept. 3. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., H. B. Marshall, To- 
ronto, Ontario, Canada, and W. J. Le Fevre, assignors 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Prepa- 
ration of styrene copolymers in finely divided form 
2,216,094; Sept. 24. 

Britton, Edgar C, and K. G. Harding, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Clompany, Midland. Mich. Insoluble 
aliphatic ethers of cellulose. 2,216,095 ; Sept. 24. 

Britton, Edgar C, and P. B. Smith, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Amine salts of 
nitro-phenols. 2,225,618; Dec. 24. 

Britton, Edgar C, and P. B. Smith, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Insecticidal 
composition. 2.225,619 ; Dec. 24. 

Britton, Edward R. H., and P. R. Thillard, Locust Valley, 
N. Y. Washing machine wringer release. 2,195,021 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Britton, Karl B., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Britton 
Controls, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic transmis- 
sion ratio changer. 2,187,824 ; Jan. 23. 

Britton, Roscoe C. (See Cerf, H. H., and Britton.) 

Brix-Hansen, John, Lyngby, Denmark. Cooling device for 
fats. 2,199,038 ; Apr. 30. 

Brixner, Frederick W., Gates, and N. B. Coley, assignors 
to General Railway Signal Company, Rochester. N. Y. 
Car classification system for railroads. 2,194,352 ; 
Mar. 19. 



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Brizzolara, Robert T., New Dorp, N. Y., assignor to B. F. 
Sturtevant Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Air 
conditioning metliod and apparatus. 2,192,221 ; Mar. 5. 

Broadbent, John H., Ridley Park, assignor to Tlie Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
traffic controlling apparatus. 2,217,508 ; Oct. 8. 

Broadfield Metals Corporation. (See Broadfield, Ward H., 
assignor.) 

Broadfield, Ward H., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Broad- 
field Metals Corporation, Dover, Del. Welding process. 
2,196,191 ; Apr. 9. 

Broadfield, Ward H., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Broad- 
field Metals Corporation, Dover, Del. Welding ferrous 
metals. 2,196,192 -Apr. 9. 

Broadhurst, Stanley P., London, assignor to Albro Fillers 
and lOngineering Company Limited, Wood Green, 
London, England. Machine for filling receptacles with 
liquids. 2,196,096 ; Apr. 2. 

Broadway, Leonard F., Ealing, London, and W. P. Tedham, 
Abbey Wood, London, assignors to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Haves, Middlesex, England. Cath- 
ode ray tube. 2,194.380: Mar. 19. 

Broadway, Leonard P., Hillingdon, and O. Klemperer, 
Iver, Buckinghamshire, assignors to Electric and Musi- 
cal Industries Limited, Middlesex, England. Cathode 
ray tube. 2.213,688 ; Sept. 3. 

Broadwell. William C, New York, N. Y. Vehicle guard. 
2,206.023 : July 2. 

Broady, Harry W., Latrobe, Pa. Automatically variable 
power transmission device. 2,218.671 : Oct. 22. 

Broatch, John, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Washing machine. 2,219,353; Oct. 29. 

Broberg, Fred E., assignor to The Dumore Company, 
Racine, Wis. Grinding wheel dresser. 2,199,149 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Broberg, Gustave T., assignor to The Torrington Com- 
pany, Torrington, Conn. Making spring beard needles. 
2,202,945 : June 4. 

Broberg, Manfred, Kingston, N. Y. Exercising device. 
2,219,086 : Oct. 22. 

Brock, Arnold E. (See Schwager, A. C, Brock, and 
Gerrard. ) 

Brock, Carolyn L., et al. (See Davis, Olin E., assignor.) 

Brock, Clarence A., assignor to Rexair, Inc., J>etroit, 
Mich. Centrifugal separator. 2,188,031 ; Jan. 23. 

Brock, Clarence A., Detroit, and E. P. Du Bois, St. Clair 
Shores, assignors to Rexair, Inc., Detroit, Blich. Dust- 
ing tool for use with vacuum cleaners. 2,206,738 ; 
July 2. 

Brock, Clarence A., Detroit, Mich., and N. E. Hutchens, 
Toledo, Ohio, assignors to Rexair, Inc., Detroit, Mich. 
Vacuum cle.nner construction. 2,221,572; Nov, 12, 

Brock. Denis T,, and G. R. Gates, assignors to Automo- 
tive Products Company. London, England. Brake 
applying means for vehicles. 2,189.192 ; Feb, 6. 

Brock, Denis T,, and G, J. Trapp, assignors to Automotive 
Products Company Limited, London, England. Cam- 
shaft. 2.202,330 ; May 28, 

Brock, Denis T., assignor to Automotive Products Com- 
pany Limited. London, England, Liquid pressure brak- 
ing system. 2,209,595 ; July 30, 

Brock. James R,, assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Condenser electrode terminal. 
2,218,162 ; Oct. 15. 

Block, Jerome D., L. R. Leissler. and R, A. Warren. 
Houston, Tpx,, assignors to Fuilsrage Deflecting Tool 
Cnnip.-iny, Drillinc tool, 2.194.267: M.nr, 19," 

Brock, Ottie J., Vincennes, Ind, Stone sawing machine. 
2,212,656 ; Aug, 27, 

Brockbank, Allan P.. assignor to Baker Perkins Limited, 
Peterborough, England, Automatic control of washing 
and other machines, 2,197,294 : Apr, 16. 

Rrocken, Joseph A., Warren, Ohio. Game. 2,206,247 : 
July 2. 

Brockenbrough, William M,, Winterhaven, Fla,, and H. S. 
Norris, Savannah, Ga., assignors to Evans Products 
Company. Crate. 2.216.638 : Oct. 1. 

Broekett, Milton A.. Oshkosh, Wis. Ingredient cabinet. 
2,201,152 ; May 21. 

Brnckhaus, Otto, Port Angeles, Wash. Screw propeller. 
2,215,207: Sept. 17. 

Brockman, Clarence. Wayne, Nebr. Soil cultivating de- 
vice, 2,201,758 ; May 21. 

Brcckman, Robert H„ St, Petersburg, Fla. Dental nulp 
tester. 2.204.295 ; .Tune 11, ^ ^ 

Brockway, Edward H,, Toledo. Ohio. Sheet material 
portable trimmer. 2,216.108; Oct. 1. 

Brockway, Harrv M., Waldwick, N, J,, assignor of one- 
fourth to C. H. Braselton, New York, N. Y. Musical 
instrument. 2,199,948 ; Slav 7. 

Brockway Motor Company. (See Cross, Lester L., as- 
signor.) 

Brockway Motor Company. (See Sears, Russell N., as- 
signor.) 

Brod, John S,, Cincinnati, Ohio, Producing synthetic 
drvins oil, 2,212,385 ; Aug, 20. 

Brodbeck, James R,, and G, Dunsieth, Jr,. assignors to 
Matthews Conveyer Company, Ellwood Citv, Pa. Con- 
veying and manipulating apparatus. 2,2i8,870 ; Oct. 

Brodbeck, Paul, New York, N. Y. Window curtain sup- 
porter. 2,224.012 ; Dec. 3. 

Broden, Edwin R,, assignor to Blaw-Knox Company. Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Contacting apparatus. 2,210,059 ; Aug. 6. 
264980— P— 7 



Brodto, John G. M., assignor to Kockums Mekaniska Verk- 
stads Aktiebolag, Malmo, Sweden. Valve. 2,218,871 ; 
Oct. 22. 

Broder, Reuben, assignor to Zenith Textile Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Blanufacture of chenille yarn. 
2,203,561 ; June 4. 

Broders, Claude E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
V. Gauvreau, Detroit, Mich. Automatic feed head. 
Re. 21,341 ; Feb. 6. 

Brodersen, Karl, M. Quaedvlieg, and M. Zabel, Dessau in 
Anhalt, and A. Schneider, Leipzig, assignors to I. G. 
Parbeniudustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the- 
Slain, (Jermany. Treatment of fibrous materials. 
2,185,427 ; Jan. 2. 

Brodersen, Karl, and M. Quaedvlieg, Dessau in Anhalt, 
German.v, assignors to General Aniline Works, Inc., 
NewYork, N. Y. Treating fibrous materials. 2,186,894; 
Jan. 9. 

Brodersen, Karl, M. Quaedvlieg, and M. Zabel, Dessau in 
Anhalt, and A. Schneider, Leipzig, assignors to I. G. 
Parbeniudustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Prankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Treating artificial fabrics. 2,197,464 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Brodersen, Karl, and M. Quaedvlieg, Dessau in Anhalt, 
assignors to I. G. Parbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Diminishing or pre- 
venting foaming. 2,2()0,485 ; May 14. 

Brodersen, Max M., Alhambra, Calif,, assignor to Slusser- 
McLean Scraper Company, Sidney, Ohio. Heavy duty 
scraper. 2.220,472 ; Nov. 5, 

Brodersen, Max M,, Alhambra, Calif,, assignor to The 
Slusser-McLean Scraper Company, Sidney, Ohio. Heavy 
duty scraper. 2,220,473 : Nov, 5. 

Brodersen, Max M., Alhambra, and L, O. Bird, Glendale, 
Calif, ; said Brodersen assignor to said Bird, Heavy 
duty scraper, 2,199,023 ; Apr. 30. 

Brodersen, Richard. (See Wilmanns, G., Kumetat, 
Fnihlich, Seiiiii'ider, and Brodersen, ) 

Broderson, Henry .1., La Marque, H. T. Rogers, Galveston, 
and J. B. Hamblen, Texas City, Tex., assignors to Pan 
American Refining Corporation, New York, N. Y. Reac- 
tion chamber. 2,212,583 ; Aug. 27. 

Broderson, Neil O., assignor to Rochester Button Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Production of variegated 
articles. 2,208,494; July 16. 

Brodeur, Alcibiade A., Worcester, Mass. Apparatus for 
cleaning poultry and the like. 2,189,484 ; Feb. 6. 

Brodio, David A., Washington, D. C, Conditioning manure 
and controlling insect pests. 2,197,885 ; Apr, 23, 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Berek, William P., 
assignor.) 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Brown, Walter W,, 
assignor.) 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Renfrew, Paul, as- 
signor.) 

Brodin, Eric C. (See Runge, R. F., and Brodin.) 

Brodin, Eric C, Jenkintown, Pa., assignor to S K P 
Industries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Seal for enclosed 
bearings. Re, 21,584 ; Oct. 1. 

Brodin, Eric C, Jenkintown, assignor to S K P Industries, 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Seal for enclosed bearings. 

2.202.769 ; May 28. 

Brodin, Eric C, .Jenkintown, assignor to S K F Industries, 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Seal for enclosed bearings. 

2.202.770 : May 28. 

Brody, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Automatic toothbrush 
box. 2,197,066; Apr. 16. 

Brody, Imre, Budapest, Hungary, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Electric Company. Incandes- 
cent lamp. 2,227,294 ; Dec. 31. 

Broecker, Lewis C, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Valve cap. 2,202,185 ; May 
28. 

Broekhuysen, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
International Cigar Machinery Company. Registering 
device for strip material. 2,188,871 ; Jan. 30. 

Broetz, August. (See Sturbe, J. J., and Broerz.) 

Broeze, Johannes J. (See van Dijck, W. J. D., Broeze, 
Peletier, and van Driel.) 

Brogden, Alfred N., Blackpool, England. Rail joint. 
2,201,075 ; May 14. 

Brogden, Alfred N., Blackpool, England. Rail joint and 
apparatus for forming the same. 2,201,076 ; May 14, 

Brogden, Ernest M.. Orland, Fla., assignor to Bank of 
The Manhattan Company, trustee. New York, N. Y. 
Merchandising package. 2,204,118 ; June 11. 

Brogden, Ernest M., Orlando, Pla., assignor to Bank of 
The Manhattan Company, trustee. New York, N. Y. 
Merchandising package. 2,205,341 ; June 18. 

Brogden, Maxcy L,, Columbia, S. C. Heating stove. 
2,199,875 ; May 7. 

Brogdex Company. (See Cunning, Thomas G., assignor.) 

Brogdox Company. (See Skinner. Bronson C, assignor.) 

isrogdex Company. (See Trowbridge, M., and Cothran, 
assignors.) 

Brogren, Axel V., and J. T. Parsons, assignors to The 
Parsons Co.. Detroit, Mich. Concealed door hinge. 
2,206,739 ; July 2. 

Brogren, Erik R., Perndale. Mich., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Exposition tent, 
2,225,972 ; Dec. 24. 

Broker, \\^alter, Offenbach-on-the-Main, Germany, assignor 
to General Aniline & Film Corporation. Azo dyestuffa 
insoluble in water and fiber dyed therewith. 2.109,814 ; 
May 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Bi'okes, Sylvester, Hillside, N. J. Motor vehicle auto- 
matic reverse brake. 2,211,534 ; Aug. 13. 

Broluska, Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Stabilizing suspension 
system for motor-driven vehicles. 2,222,397 ; Nov. 19. 

Bromley, Colin. (See Dreyer, F. L., and Bromley.) 

Bromley, Raymond V., Washington, Pa., assignor to 
Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Wheeling, W. Va. Ma- 
chine tool and controlling same. 2,225,409 ; Dec. 17. 

Bromley, Wayne K. (See Minor, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Wrapping ma- 
chine. 2,192,683 ; Mar. 5. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette rod 
former. 2,190,012 ; Feb. 13. 

Brondby, Fridtjof N., Oslo, Norway. Gas operated auto- 
matic firearm. 2,223,671 ; Dec. 3. 

Bronfman, Benjamin, Nev^tonville, Mass. Apparatus for 
printing on the adhesive side of an adhesive covered 
material. 2,223,907 ; Dec. 3. 

Brongersma, Cornelius, Muskegon Heights, assignor to 
Manning Maxwell & Moore, Inc., Muskegon, Mich. 
Electric motor control apparatus. 2,205,787 ; June 25, 

Bronico, Domenico, Tuckahoe, N. Y. Beer-dispensing 
spigot. 2,195,022; Mar. 26. 

Brons, Folkert, Kilgore, Tex., assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Process and ap- 
paratus for exploring geological strata. 2,220,509 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., Shaker Heights, assignor to The 
Dill Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve 
stem. 2,194,635; Mar. 26. 

Bronson, Fred L., New York, N. Y., assignor to The Fibre 
Can and Machinery Company, New Haven, Conn. Dis- 
charge valve. 2,210,971 ; Aug. 13. 

Bronson, Oscar A., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-third 
to W. S. Collins, Minneapolis, Minn., and one-third to 
C. Hays Jackson, Des Moines, Iowa. Piano bridge. 
2,200,913 ; May 14. 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Coxe, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See McMahon, Richard P., as- 
signor.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Schafer, John V., as- 
signor.) 

Bronstein, Joseph L., Milwaukee, Wis., now by change 
of name Joseph L. Brans. Safety razor. 2,201,951 ; 
May 21. 

Bronsztajn, Ruwin, Hackensack, N. J. Printing ink and 
making same. 2,185,181 ; Jan. 2. 

Bronx Casket Mfg. Co. (See Rothbart, Jacob, assignor.) 

Brook, Winston M., Lampasas, Tex. Branding device. 
2,213,898 ; Sept. 3. 

Brooke, Edward B., Birmingham, and D. Morgan, Fair- 
field, Ala. ; said Morgan assignor to said Brooke. Con- 
trol means for rolling mills. 2,193,189 ; Mar. 12. 

Brooke, Frank W., assignor to Swindell-Dressier Corpo- 
ration, Pittsburgh, Pa. Double deck continuous kiln. 
2,224,895 ; Dee. 17. 

Brooke, Lloyd A., Washington, D. C. Flexible port closure. 
2,211,491 ; Aug. 13. 

Brooke, Norman E., Washington, D. C. Rake. 2,205,827 ; 
June 25. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S. (See Keyes, G. H., and Brooker.) 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Merocyanine dyes and pre- 
paring them. 2,185,182 ; Jan. 2. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Merotricarbocyanine dye and 
photographic emulsion. 2,186,624 ; Jan. 9. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparing 
cyanine dyes with strong organic bases. 2,189,599 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparing 
cyanine dyes from substituted mercapto derivatives. 
2,202,827 ; June 4. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Merocyanine dye. 2,211,762 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and L. A. Smith, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Hydroxyalkyl 
cyanine dye and photographic emulsion. 2,213,238 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and R. H. Sprague. assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Carbo- 
cyanine dye. 2,226,156 ; Dec. 24. 

Brookes, Albert S. (See Conwell, R. N., and Brooks.) 

Brookes, Arthur E., Nutley, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Microporous 
rubber filtering medium. 2,185,586 ; Jan. 2. 

Brookes, Wilfrid. (See Barrett, H. R., and Brookes.) 

Brookfield, Edwin W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bowling 
equipment. 2,191.439 : Feb. 27. 

Brooks, Albert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Article of jewelry. 
2,198,364; Apr. 23. 

Brooks, Alfred E. (See Van Derhoef, H. E., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 
Standard Alcohol Company. Production of alcohols. 
2,190,501 ; Feb. 13. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Lubri- 
cating composition. 2,211,687 ; Aug. 13. 

Brooks, Doyle K., Abilene. Kans. Article holder for loose- 
leaf notebooks. 2,194,003 ; Mar. 19. 



Brooks, E. J., Company. (See Brooks, Winfred M., as- 
signor.) 

Brooks, Ernest A., Baltimore, Md. Scupper plug. 
2,204,400 ; June 11. 

Brooks, Frank M., San Marino, Calif. Meter box cover. 
2,217,097; Oct. 8. 

Brooks, Frazier O., assignor of fifty per cent to L. G. 
Clayton, Roxboro, N. C. Trap. 2,199,167 ; Apr. 30. 

Brooks, Henry M., et al., as trustees. (See Peltz, Gordon 
M., assignor.) 

Brooks, Herbert, Yeovil, assignor to Petters Limited, Yeo- 
vil, Somerset, England. Scavenging of the cylinders 
of two-stroke internal combustion engines. 2,204,296 ; 
June 11. 

Brooks, James A., Minneapolis, Minn. Lawn edger. 
2,204,246 ; June 11. 

Brooks, James O. (See Singleton, James W., assignor.) 

Brooks, Lew W., Knoxville, Teun. Loading, hauling, and 
dumping apparatus. 2,200,020 ; May 7. 

Brooks, Moses E., assignor to Aluminum Company of 
America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sheet material feeding 
mechanism. 2,222,168 ; Nov. 19. 

Brooks, Moses E., and A. T. Deily, assignors to Aluminum 
Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Stretching 
mechanism. 2,218,503; Oct. 22. 

Brooks, Roy L., Costa Mesa, Calif. Muffler. 2,190,396 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Brooks, Stephen H., New York, N. Y. Sampling can. 
2,223,598 ; Dec. 3. 

Brooks, Thomas E., assignor to Lisle Coi-poration, Clarin- 
da, Iowa. Magnetic plug. 2,214,268 ; Sept. 10. 

Brooks, Thomas E., assignor to Lisle Corporation, Clar- 
inda, Iowa. Magnetic plug. 2,225,205 ; Dec. 17. 

Brooks, Wallace P., Redwood City, Calif. Leg rest. 
2,225,818; Dec. 24. 

Brooks. William G.. Edgewater, N. J. Portable conveyer. 
2,208,208 : July 16. 

Brooks, William J. (See Mills, George E., assignor.) 

Brooks, Winfred M., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Shackle seal. 
2,205,841 ; June 25. 

Broom, Talbot C, Huton, and H. J. Powell, Liverpool, 
assignors to British Insulated Cables Limited, Prescot, 
Lancashire, England. Switch frog for the overhead 
conductors of electric traction systems. 2,216,290 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Broom, Talbot C, Huyton, and H. J. Powell, Liverpool, 
assignors to British Insulated Cables Limited, Prescot. 
Lancashire, England. Switch frog for the overhead 
conductors of electric traction systems. 2,225,766 ; Dec. 
24. 

Broomham, Richard W., assignor to Motor Products Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Bending machine. 2,190,821 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Brophy, Gerald R., Westfield, and H. J. French, Elizabeth, 
N. J., assignors to The International Nickel Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Construction element including 
structural shapes and members. 2,200,872 ; May 14. 

Brophy, John J. (See Johnson, J. W., Brophy, and 
Ushakoff. ) 

Broquinda, Inc. (See Quinn, Clara E., assignor.) 

Broschat, Gust, San Francisco, Calif. Boat construction. 
2,205,134 ; June 18. 

Broschke, Heinrich. (See Becker, H., Broschke, and Fil- 
singer.) 

Broschke, Heinrich. (See Becker, H., Broschke, and 
Sanger.) 

Brosites Machine Company. (See Weber, George H., as- 
signor.) 

Brossette, Alois, Solingen, Germany. Collapsible tube. 
2,212,433; Aug. 20. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Salem, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Machine for operating upon shoes. 2,200,381 ; 
May 14. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Salem, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. T. Heel roughing machine. 2,220,204 ; Nov. 5. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Salem, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Roughing machine. 2,222,758 ; Nov. 26. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Salem, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Borough of Flemington, 
N. J. Work presenting means for shoe machines. 
2,223,440; Dec. 3. 

Brother, George H., and A. K. Smith, Urbana, 111., assign- 
ors to Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture of the 
United States of America and his successors in office. 
Aqueous dispersion of hardened protein. 2,210,481 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Brotheridge, John, Rock Falls, assignor to Prince Castles 
Company, Sterling, 111. Multiple drink mixing machine. 
2,218,808 : Oct. 22. 

Brothers, James T., New Bern, N. C. Game. 2,199,719 ; 
May 7. 

Brotherton, Clifford A., Columbus, assignor to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Bearing lubri- 
cntion. 2.191.876; Feb. 27. 

Brothman, Abraham, New Y^ork, N. Y. Dispersion device 
and the lilce. 2,212,260 ; Aug. 20. 

Brothman, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Turbine type mix- 
er. 2,212,261 ; Aug. 20. 

Broudy. Albert M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Envelope attachment. 
2,214,011 ; Sept. 10. 



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Brougham, George D., Gillett, Pa. Can attachment. 
2,219,617 ; Oct. 29. 

Broughton, Harold E. (See Barnes, B., and Broughton.) 

Broulhiet, Georges, Paris, France. Starting device. 
2,194,996 ; Mar. 26. 

Broune, Abel U., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fuse operated electric 
circuit control device. 2,202,621 ; May 28. 

Brouse, William H. D., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Un- 
loading compressor. 2,205,919 ; June 25. 

Brouse, William H. D., assignor to International Metal 
Industries Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Switch 
control device for fluid pumps. 2,202,136 ; May 28. 

Broussard, Robert F. (See Toce, C. A., Broussard, and 
Woodruff. ) 

Brouwer, Rodger D., Bristol, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fastening device 
for race members. 2,222,334 ; Nov. 19. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Apparatus for automatic 
adjustment of variable load brakes. 2,195,508 ; Apr. 2. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Operating mechanism for 
load brake devices. 2,205,514 ; June 25. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget 
Bromsregulator, Malmo, Sweden. Operating gear for 
automatic slack adjusters. 2,218,277 ; Oct. 15. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget 
Bromsregulator, Malmo, Sweden. Automatic slack 
adjuster for brakes. 2,225,001 ; Dec. 17. 

Browall, Bert H., Malmo, Sweden, and L. Scheib, Kaiser- 
slautern, Germany, assignors to Svenska Aktiebolaget 
Bromsregulator, Malmo, Sweden. Automatic slack ad- 
justor for vehicle brakes, especially railway car brakes. 
2,203,890; June 11. 

Browde. Hirsh, Leningrad, Union of Soviet Socialist Re- 
publics. Scanning images. 2,226,658 ; Dec. 31. 

Browder, Jewel D., Oklahoma City, Okla., and C. W. 
Easley, Henrietta, Tex. Communication system. 
2,201,472 ; May 21. 

Browder, William R., assignor of one-third to W. S. 
Stateler, Evansville, Ind. Milk bottle holder. 
2,212,287 ; Aug. 20. 

Brower, James E. (See Cooper, J. H., Brower, and 
Miller. ) 

Brown, Alfred B., Essex Fells, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Closure means for reels. 2,210,524 • Aug. 6. 

Brown, Allen M., Cottage Grove, Oreg. Railroad tie 
tamping machine. 2,201,023 ; May 14. 

Brown, Alvin E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Glassware forming apparatus. 
2.199,356 ; Apr. 30. 

Brown, Andrew, London, England, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Railway signal control system. 2,189,879 ; Feb. 13. 

Brown, Andrew. (See Griffiths, J. B., and Brown.) 

Brown, Andrew C, Wilmette, 111., assignor to Compressed 
Industrial Gases. Inc. Pressure container for liquefied 
gases. 2,195,077 ; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Archibald M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Welding method and apparatus. 2,214,899 ; Sept. 17. 

Brown, Arthur B., Hammond, Ind., and D. W. Bransky. 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Con- 
centrating sulphuric acid. 2,191,195 ; Feb. 20. 

Brown, Arthur B., and F. C. Croxton, Hammond, Ind., 
and B. Ginsberg, assignors to Standard Oil Company. 
Chicago, 111. Preparing high melting point asphalt arid 
high quality bright stock from mixed base residuum. 
2,217,727 ; Oct. 15. 

Brown, Arthur E., and W. Vaughan, London, Ontario, 
Canada, assignors to L. Benoit, New York, N. Y. Egg 
carton assembling machine. 2,195,916 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Arthur J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Whiting Cor- 
poration, Harvey, 111. Mechanical load brake. 
2.202,137 : May 28. 

Brown, Arthur L.. Pittsburgh, and L. R. Hill, Edgewood, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Insulating material. 
2,210,704 : Aug. 6. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See 
Chandler, Austin S., assignor.) 

Brown, Benjamin D., Woodhaven, N. Y. Irregular con- 
tour grinding machine. 2,227,243 : Dec. 31. 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Felt, Paul W., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Seel, J. L., and Mueller, as- 
signors.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Trollon, Slartin E., assignor.) 

Brown, Calvin R., Minneapolis, Minn. Apparatus for set- 
ting stages. 2,209,596 ; July 30. 

Brown, Carl A., Chardon, and F. B. Van Sickle, Lyndhurst, 
Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. Appa- 
ratus for bending vitreous tubing. 2.208.958 : Julv 23. 

Brown, Carl A., Chardon, and C. E. Hahn, Cleveland, 
Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. Base for 
incandescent lamps and similar devices. 2,210,525 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Brown. Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom harness mechanism. 2,187,699 ; 
.Tan. 16. 

Brown, Carl D., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Cor- 
poration, Hopedale, Mass. Adjustable harness mecha- 
nism. 2.187,814: Jan. 23. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Picker stick check. 2,191,422 ; Feb. 20. 



Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Warp stop mechanism. 2,200,148 ; May 7. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Filling replenishing loom. 2,202,186 ; May 28. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom. 2,208,832 ; July 2. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Center support for detector bars. 
2,220,011 ; Oct. 29. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Bobbin support. 2,221,732 ; Nov. 12. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Parallel shoe guide. 2,224,096 ; Dec. 3. 

Brown, Carl W. (See Currivan, F. E., and Brown.) 

Brown, Carleton F., assignor to L. C. Smith & Corona 
Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine key. 2,188,385 ; Jan. 30. 

Brown, Cecil L., and W. H. Jones, Baton Rouge, La., 
assignors to Standard-I. G. Company. Preparing im- 
proved hydrogenation catalysts in lump form. 
2,192,125; Feb. 27. 

Bro\^Ti, Charles H., New York, N. Y. Foot measuring 
apparatus. 2,200,223 ; May 7. 

Brown, Charles H., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Polarized wave transmitting 
system. 2,223,950 ; Dec. 3. 

Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Polaroid Corporation, Dover, Del. 
Light polarizing body. 2,224,214 ; Dec. 10. 

Brown, Charles J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Key- 
stone Drum Company. Closure device for drums and 
the like. 2,185,171; Jan. 2. 

Brown, Charles L., Jr. (See Lofgren, G. E., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles L., Jr. (See Stevens, C. E., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles L., Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Vacuum cleaner. 
2,214,632 ; Sept. 10. 

Brown, Charles L., Jr., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
Electrolux Corporation, New York, N. Y. Closure 
member. 2,220,060 ; Nov. 5. 

Brown, Charles R. (See Scott, A. T., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles R., Champaign, 111., assignor to The 
Sharpies Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Degermina- 
tion process. 2,190,095 ; Feb. 13. 

Brown, Charles R., Champaign, 111., assignor to The 
Sharpies Corporation. Manufacture of alcohol. 
2,206,024; Julv 2. 

Brown, Charles R., Champaign, 111., assignor to The 
Sharpies Corporation. Treatment of distillery slop. 
2,216,904; Oct. 8. ^ f 

Brown, Charles R., Champaign, 111., and A. T. Scott, Ard- 
more. Pa., assignors to The Sharpies Corporation. 
Treatment of distillery slop. 2,216,905 ; Oct. 8. 

Brown, Charles S. (See Delaney, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Forming boxes with 
one or more nipples. 2,186,322 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,204,842 ; June 18. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Motor driven vehicle. 
2,207,780 ; July 16. 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Building structure. 
2,214,657 ; Sept. 10. 

Brown, Chester J., Garden City, Kans. Tire pressure 
indicator for pneumatic wheels. 2,213,949 ; Sept 10 

Brown, Chester W., et al. (See Hayden, Roosevelt A., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Casing perforator. 
2,186,323 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Packer and setting tool 
combination. 2,186,324 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Tubing support. 
2,189,575 ; Feb. 6. ^ 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Cementing apparatus. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Equipping wells under 

pressure. 2,211.845 ; Aug. 20. 
Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Valve. 2,211,846 ; Aug. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Casing perforator. 

2,214,320 ; Sept. 10. 
Brown, Clarence J., Burlingame, and J. C. Haun, San 

Francisco, Calif. Rotary mud treatment process. 

2,225,973 ; Dec. 24. 
Brown, Claude F., Chicago, 111. Flexible refrigerating 

package production. 2,203,591 ; June 4. 
Brown, Claude P., and F. H. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa 

Counting chamber. 2,200,053 ; May 7. 
Brown, Clyde E., Grafton, assignor to Crompton & 

Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Self-cleaning 

cloth board for axminster looms. 2,224,592 ; Dec. 10 
Brown, Clyde E., Grafton, assignor to Crompton '& 

Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Warp control 

in Axminster looms. 2,226,217 ; Dec. 24. 
Brown, Clyde E., Grafton, Blass., assignor to Crompton 

& Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Electric 

weft detector for looms. 2,226,218 ; Dec 24 
Brown Company. (See Ayers, Fred L., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Richter, George A., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Schur, Milton O., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Schur, M. O., and Hoos, as- 
signors.) ' 
Brown, Curtis M. (See Smith, P. K., and Brown.) 
Brown, Cuthbert J., assignor to The Foxboro Company 

n o';^"o?, Mass. Controller deviation recorder. 

2,211,317 ; Aug. 13. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Brown, Davis, Los Angeles, Calif. Equipment for 
plasticlzing. 2,213,381 ; Sept. 3. 

Brown, Davis, and J. B. Peebles, Los Angeles, and B. M. 
Burchfiel, Glendale, Calif. ; said Peebles and said Burch- 
fiel assignors to said Brown. Making Interlocking roof- 
ing tile. 2,205,080 ; June 18. 

Brown, Dayton T., Manhasset, assignor to Brewster Aero- 
nautical Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Retract- 
able landing gear. 2,222.975 ; Nov. 26. 

Brown, Delbert F., Westfield, and H. C. De HofC, Roselle 
Park, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Emulsion product. 2,189,854 ; Feb. 13. 
Brown, Delbert F., Westfield, and H. C. De HofC, Roselle 
Park, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Silver polish. 2,205,115 ; June 18. 

Brown, Deskin I., assignor of one-half to W. J. Stelner, 
Laura, Ohio. Power transmission mechanism. 
2,212,806 ; Aug. 27. 

Brown, Earl H., Palo Alto, and C. F. Williams, San Mateo, 
Calif., assignors to Minerals Separation North American 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Separation of molyb- 
denite from copper sulphides. 2,187,930 ; Jan. 23. 

Brown, Edward I., assignor of one-half to J. Dietrich, 
Lansing, Mich. Burglarproof door lock. 2,200,834 ; 
May 14. 

Brown, Edwin P., Murfreesboro, N. C. Bag strip liner. 
2,206,596 ; July 2. 

Brown, Ellis V. (See Pasternack, R., and Brown.) 

Brown, Elmer C, Donnelly, Idaho. Trailer hitch. 
2,191,749 ; Feb. 27. 

Brown, Elmer L., assignor to J. B. Smith, San Francisco, 
Calif. Radio receiver. 2,203,043 ; June 4. 

Brown, Elmer L., assignor to Joseph B. Smith, San 
Francisco, Calif., as trustee. Radio transmitter. 
2,213,301 ; Sept. 3. 

Brown, Elmer L., assignor to J. B. Smith, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., as trustee. Insect exterminator and 
method of exterminating Insects. 2,223,813 ; Dec. 3. 

Brown, Emil. (See Willis, Rolland E., assignor.) 

Brown Equipment & Manufacturing Company. (See 
Brown, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Brown, Ervin T. (See Barry, Edward J., assignor.) 

Brown, Francis B., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Har- 
man Pacific Company. Liquid dispensing apparatus. 
2,222,704 ; Nov. 26. 

Brown, Francis G., and D. J. Sullivan, Fairfield, Conn., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Making an elastic fabric. 2,213,899 ; 
Sept. 3. 

Brown, Francis H., Ridley Park, assignor to The Real 
Estate-Land Title and Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
2,185,537 ; Jan. 2. 

Brown, Francis H., Ridley Park, assignor to The Heal 
Estate-Land Title Trust Company, Philadelphia, I'a. 
Stoker. 2,187,726 ; Jan. 23. 

Brown, Francis H., Ridley Park, assignor to The Real 
Estate-Land Title and Trust Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Stoker. 2,187,727 ; Jan. 23. 

Brown, Francis H., Ridley Park, assignor to The Real 
Estate-Land Title and Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Stoker. 2,190,974 ; Feb. 20. 

Brown, Francis V., assignor to Automotive Products Com- 
pany Limited, London, England. Liquid pressure re- 
mote control system. 2,186,235 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Francis V., London, assignor to Alrcraftings Lim- 
ited, Gunnersbury, London, England. Gland or packing. 
2,186,664 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Francis V., assignor to Automotive Products 
Company Limited, London, England. Pump for liquid 
pressure remote control systems. 2,205,828 ; June 25. 

Brown, Frank G., Sliver Lake, South Lyon, Mich. Tube 
chamfering tool. 2,187,221 ; Jan. 16. 

Brown, Frank H., Pennslde, Pa. Coloring and agitating 
paint. 2,195,234; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Fred O. C, Grand Rapids, Mich. Creamer and 
the like. 2,219,735 ; Oct. 29. 

Brown, Frederick M., Los Angeles, Calif. Valve. 
2,187,964 ; Jan. 23. 

Brown, George C, Chicago, 111. Measuring and dispens- 
ing device. 2,207,395 ; July 9. 

Brown, George E., assignor of one-fourth to C. H. Nelson, 
Roanoke, Va. Landing net. 2,197,921 ; Apr. 23. 

Brown, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Ultra high frequency antenna. 
2,207,781 ; July 16. 

Brown, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electrical network. 

2,214,041 ; Sept. 10. 

Brown, George R. (See Sambleson, R. F., and Brown.) 

Brown, George R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,186,818 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, George R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,215,S19 ; Sept. 
17. 

Brown, George R., Stratford, and F. H. Cowe, Bridgeport, 
Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. Tumbler 
switch. 2,195,295; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Glenn D., Waterloo, Iowa. Filler for grease guns. 
2,218,598; Oct. 22. 

Brown, Glendon C. (See Seeger, E. W., and Brown.) 

Brown, Glendon C, Wauwatosa, assignor to Cutler-Ham- 
mer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Elevator controller. 
2,189,193 ; Feb. 6. 



Brown, Grover C, Montebello, Calif., assignor to The 
Patent and Licensing Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Process and apparatus for bagging asphalt. 2,206,157 ; 
July 2. 

Brown, Guy M., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Effective tempera- 
ture control. 2,220,061 ; Nov. 5. 

Brown, H. H., Shoe Company. (See Corson, Harry F., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Hans, Seattle, Wash. Deck hoisting gear. 
2,222,066 ; Nov. 19. 

Brown, Harold, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Automatic sep- 
arator. 2,225,974; Dec. 24. 

Brown, Harold P., and J. A. Austin, assignors to Jensen- 
Salsbery Laboratories Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Sodium 
antimonyl-catechol-thiosalicylate. 2,226,530 ; Dec. 31. 

Brown, Harold G., Bcottsvllle, Ky. Automatic brake 
adjuster. 2,196,137 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to P. R. Mallory 
& Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator. 2,197,607 ; 
Apr. 16. 

Brown, Harold P., and J. A. Austin, assignors to Jensen- 
Salsbery Laboratories Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Anti- 
monyl catechol salicylic acid sodium salt. 2,221,831 : 
Nov. 19. 

Brown, Harry S. (See Holdren, Clifford J., assignor.) 

Brown, Harry D., Palisade, Colo. Process and means for 
recovering vanadium and uranium from ores. 
2,217,665 ; Oct. 15. 

Brown, Hart, Houston, Tex. Force measuring device. 
2,203,293; June 4. 

Brown, Henry, assignor to The Udylite Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Electrodepositlon of nickel from an acid 
bath. 2,191,813 ; Feb. 27. 

Brown, Henry, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Udylite Corporation. Electrodepositlon 
of nickel. 2,211,535 ; Aug. 13. 

Brown, Henry, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Udylite Corporation. Acid cadmium 
electroplating bath. 2,222,398 ; Nov. 19. 

Brown, Herbert B., assignor to Burroughs Adding Machine 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Calculating machine. 
2,195,023 ; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Herbert E., assignor to Burroughs Adding Jla- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Key construction. 
2,226,691 ; Dec. 31. 

Brown, Herman M., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to 
The International Nickel Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Deseaming blooms, billets, sheet bars, and the 
like. 2,185,496 ; Jan. 2. 

Brown, Herman M., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to The 
International Nickel Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Automatic strip grinder. 2,191,814 ; Feb. 27. 

Brown, Hugh E., Cleveland Heights, and S. Grant, assign- 
ors to The \V. S. Tyler Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Screening apparatus. 2,211,000 ; Aug. 13. 

Brown, Hugh S. (See Viles, L. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Hugh S., Harvey, 111. Reverse gearing. 
2,193,221 ; Mar. 12. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Burdick, E. C, 
Moore, and Sharp, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, 
Thomas R., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Hawkins, Rich- 
ard P., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Keeler, Earl A., 
assignor.) 

Clown Instrument Company, The. (See Kirk, David B., 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Krogh, Anker E., 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Mallory, Robert 
L., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Moore, Coleman 
B., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Moore, C. B., and 
Burdick, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Moore, C. B., and 
Trumbower, assignors.) 

Brovni Instrument Company, The. (See Nichols, John T., 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company. (See Parker, H. F., and 
Aceves, assignors.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Pearce, Walter 
H., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Side, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Whitten, James 
L., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Wills, Walter P., 
assignor.) 

Brown, J. K., et al. (See Jones, Jack E., assignor.) 

Brown, James C, Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada. Rotary 
power knife. 2,202,085 ; May 28. 

Brown, James W., administrator. (See Smith, F. H., and , 
Stringfellow.) 

Brown, James W., Hammond, Ind., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Barrel. 
2,194,518 ; Mar. 26. 

Brown, James W., and D. P. Hill, Hammond, Ind., assign- 
ors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmlng- ■ 
ton, Del. Manufacture of chemically pure hydrochloric 
acid. 2,196,246 ; Apr. 9. 

Brown, James W., and M. A. Pierce, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Refrigerator control. 2,198,328; Apr. 23. 



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Brown, James W., Hammond, and H. C. Hosford, East 
Chicago, Ind., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of chemi- 
cally pure hydrochloric acid. 2,213,544 ; Sept. 3. 

Brown, Jean F., administratrix. (See Seeger, E. W., and 
Brown.) 

Brown, Jefferson D. (See Brown, Owen Y. and J. D.) 

Brown, John C, New York, N. Y. Ejector fork. 
2,187,145 ; Jan. 16. 

Brown, Jennie, Red Bay, Ala. One-piece dress. 21,522 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Brown, Jesse J., Syracuse, N. Y. Resistance welding elec- 
trode. 2,214,760 : Sept. 17. 

Brown, John G., Butte, Mont. Safety device for railway 
locomotive boilers. 2,194,636 • Mar. 26. 

Brown, John H., Galena, Mo. Steam generator. 
2,207,654 ; July 9. 

Brown, John J., Drexel Hill, assignor to Westlnghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Coiitfany, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Carbon ring seal. 2,222, 3(^; Nov. 19. 

Brown, John L., Verona, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Self-cleaning textile motor. 2,202,622 ; May 28. 

Brown, John L., Momence, HI. Gun silencer and 
scavenger. 2,208,093 ; July 16. 

Brown, .John L., Verona, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Axial shaft adjustment for dynamoelectric machines. 
2,210,705; Aug. 6. 

Brown, John R., Cleveland, and D. H. Brownell, Willough- 
by, assignors to The Reliance Gauge Column Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid gauge apparatus. 2,215,660 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Brown. John R., Cleveland, and D. H. Brownell, Wil- 
loughby, assignors to The Reliance Gauge Column Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Safety liquid level gauge ap- 
paratus. 2,225,608 ; Dec. 24. 

Brown, John R., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Re- 
liance Gauge Column Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Plural 
valve control. 2,227,405 ; Dec. 31. 

Brown, John T. L., Staten Island, N. Y., and E. W. 
Holman, Tenafly, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for testing receivers. 2,193,087 : Mar. 
12. 

Brown, John W., Jr., Lakewood, Ohio. Making heat 
transfer pipe. 2,201,024 ; May 14. 

Brown, Joseph H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Celluloid 
Corporation. Sheet material having crystalline effects. 

2.188.386 ; Jan. 30. 

Brown, Joseph H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Celluloid 
Corporation. Sheet material having crystalline effects. 

2.188.387 ; Jan. 30. 

Brown, Joseph L., assignor to Brown Equipment & Manu- 
facturing Company, Charlotte, N. C. Truck support. 
2,198,758 ; Apr. 30. 

Brown, Kenneth F., Burbank, assignor to National Cable 
& Metal Co., Glendale, Calif. Battery terminal clamp. 
2.204,269 ; June 11. 

Brown, Larry T., Angels Camp, Calif., assignor to Key- 
stone Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass. Lens opening control for 
cameras. 2,iyo,o>J7 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Lawrence L., Lynwood, assignor of one-fourth to 
R. H. Wells and one-fourth to F. A. Graser, Long Beach, 
and one-fourth to J. B. Nelson, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Well cementing apparatus. 2,191.750 ; Feb. 27. 

Brown, Lemual G., assignor to Pioneer Manufacturing 
Company, Oklahoma City, Okla. Exterior Venetian 
blind. 2,209,384 ; July 30. 

Brown, Leonard E. (See Currie, George B., assignor.) 

Brown, Lloyd S.. Kanorado, Kans. Furrow damming 
machine. 2,187,262; Jan, 16. 

Brown, Mark L. (See Marks, E. S.. and Brown.) 

Brown, Marshall, assignor of one-half to R. Kamm, Chi- 
cago, 111. Disappearing clock display apparatus. 
2,201,809 ; May 21. 

Brown, Maude E., St. Paul, Minn. Pan lifter. 2,203,812 ; 
June 11. 

Brown, Morris, La Grange, 111., assicnor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electro- 
plating process. 2,203,253 ; June 4. 

Brown, Ned C. L., Scottsville, and W. V. Morgan, incom- 
petent, by I\r, n, Morgan, Committee, assignors to Gen- 
eral Railway Signal Company. Rochester, N. Y. System 
for automatically controlling the switches in a railroad 
classifie.ntioTi v.irrl. ? l^A.^r,?, : IVTfir. 19. 

Brown. Ned C. L., Scottsville. and F. C. Nilson, assignors 
to General Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Car rctarder for railroads. 2,217,214 ; Oct. 8. 

Brown, Norman, et al. (See Hayden, Roosevelt A., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Norman E.. assignor to Stevenson Company, 
Wellsville, Ohio. Mill. 2,186,164 ; Jan. 9. 

Brown, Oliver J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fountain applicator. 
2,190,975 ; Feb. 20. 

Brown, Orris D., Houston, Tex. Moving picture machine. 
2,225,620 ; Dec. 24. 

Brown, Owen Y. and J. D., assignors of twenty-five per 
cent to T. H. Small, and twenty-five per cent to J. A. 
Lovell, Fort Worth, Tex. Garment blocking and form- 
ing apparatus. 2,195,235 ; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Paul H., and R. M. Carson, Kansas Citv, Mo. : 
said Carson assignor to said Brown. Timing control 
mechanism. 2,194,586 ; Mar. 26. 



Brown, Paul H., Kansas City, and R. M. Carson, Clayton, 
Mo. ; said Carson assignor to said Brown. Temperature 
control for electric stoves. 2,194,587 ; Mar. 26. 

Brown, Ralph, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Needle threading device. 2,185,722 ; Jan. 2. 

Brown, Richard I., Los Angeles, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. 
Method and apparatus for operating wells. 2,215,913 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Brown, Robert, Johnstown, Pa. Braille slate. 2,190,752 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Brown, Robert, New York, N. Y. Coffee bean flour and 
producing same. 2,227,003 ; Dec. 31. 

Brown, Robert C, assignor to Du-All Scaffold Bracket 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Bracket. 2,187,642 ; Jan. 
16. 

Brown, Robert C, Jr. (See Mohun, J. L., Brown, and 
Test.) 

Brown, Robert C, Jr., Highland Park, 111., assignor to 
Davidson Manufacturing Corporation. Stripper for 
printing presses. 2,211,766 ; Aug. 20. 

Brown, Robert E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. H. Vail, Los Angeles, Calif. Distilling apparatus. 
2,192,879 ; Mar. 12. 

Brown, Robert H., Westminster, London, assignor to W. E. 
Moulsdale & Co. Limited, London, England. Machine 
for shelling rice and other hard kerneled grains, seeds, 
and beans. 2,211,096 ; Aug. 13. 

Brown, Robert N., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Machine for assembling articu- 
lated elements. 2,210,615 ; Aug. 6. 

Brown, Robert R. H., Saltcoats, and J. M. Cooper, 
Ardrossan, Scotland, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Manufacture of textile materials. 
2,192,297 ; Mar. 5. 

Brown, Robert W., Baldwin, N. Y. Floor structure. 
2,216,732 ; Oct. 8. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for the manufacture 
of rubber plates. 2,208,536; July 16. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Vehicle suspension. 

2.208.537 ; July 16. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Vehicle suspension. 

2.208.538 ; July 16. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Fluid pressure valve control. 

2.208.539 : July 16. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Vehicle suspension. 2,208,540 ; 
July 16. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Making flexible pressure 
containers. 2,221,470; Nov. 12. 

Brown Rubber Company. (See Buskirk, Joseph H., as- 
signor. ) 

Brown, Samuel B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Liquid Gas Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Liquid fuel converter. 2,188,072 ; Jan. 23. 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
nett, Arthur F., assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
nett, A. F., and Hirsch, assignor.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Cofiin, 
E. E., and Krause, assignors.) 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See aiag- 
lott, George F., assignor.) 

Brown, Sidney G., London, England, assignor to The 
Telegraph Condenser Company Limited, North Acton, 
England. Variable electrical condenser. 2,225,855 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Power lift. 2,195,610 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
J 11. Implement connection. 2,195,611 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Power lift mechanism. 2,196,053 ; Apr. 2. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Power lift attachment for tractors. 2,197,848; 
Apr. 23. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Supporting runner. 2,207,283 ; July 9. 

Brown, Theophilus, and T. W. Paul, assignors to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Power lift mechanism. 
Re. 21,667 ; Dec. 24. 

Brown, Thomas H. (See Houghton, J. Y., and Brown.) 

Brown, Thomas J., Cohoes, N. Y. Lubricant. 2,203,044 ; 
June 4. 

Brown, Thomas T., Zanesville, Ohio. Method and ap- 
paratus for removing suspended matter from gases. 
2,207,576 ; July 9. 

Brown, Walter W., Berkeley, assignor to Ralph N. Brodie 
Company, Oakland, Calif. Manifolding apparatus. 
2,225,153 ; Dec. 17. 

Brown, Warren D. (See Brown, Warren G. and W. D.) 

Brown, Warren G. and W. D., Detroit, assignors of one- 
third to F. C. Bagby, Birmingham, Mich. Apparatus 
for treating masonry and like surfaces. 2,188,938 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Brown, William, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Eyelens brace and 
protector. 2,197.682 ; Apr. 16. 

Brown, William, Niles, Mich. Hose reel. 2,216,384: 
Oct. 1. 



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Brown, William A. (See Hargreaves, E. S., Clements, 
Brown, and Lawrenson.) 

Brown, William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Lighting and air 
impelling device. 2,201,153 ; May 21. 

Brown, William H., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Mechanical pen- 
cil. 2,219,618 ; Oct. 29. 

Brown, William J., and P. J. Good, assignors to Taylor 
Instrument Companies, Rochester, N. Y. Time cycle 
controller. 2,224,593 ; Dec. 10. 

Brown, William O., Los Angeles, Calif. Juice extracting 
machine. 2,199,876 ; May 7. 

Brown, William O., West Hollywood, Calif. Grating ma- 
chine for citrus fruit and the like. 2,208,787 ; July 23. 

Brown, William S. (See McGee, J. D., Freeman, and 
Brown.) 

Brown, William W., Warren, Ind. Fishing float. 
2,206,630 ; July 2. 

Browne, Alfred L., South Orange, N. J. Storage box. 
2,216,873; Oct. 8. 

Browne, Alfred L., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Illinois Engineering Company, Chicago, 111. Heating 
system. 2,193,160; Mar. 12. 

Browne, Arthur W., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Composition of 
matter. 2,196,602 : Apr. 9. 

Browne, Arthur W., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Cement and 
preparing the same. 2,226,541 ; Dec. 31. 

Browne, Cecil O. (See Bowman-Manifold, M., Cork, and 
Browne. ) 

Browne, Cecil O., London, and F. Blythen, Hayes, assign- 
ors to Electric & Musical Industries Limited, Middlesex, 
England. Apparatus for amplifying electrical varia- 
tions. 2,190,753 ; Feb. 20. 

Browne, Cecil O., West Acton, London, J. Hardwick, West 
Drayton, F. Blythen, Hayes, and E. L. C. White, Hilling- 
don, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries Lim- 
ited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Television and the 
like transmitting system. 2,212,199 ; Aug. 20. 

Browne, Donald B., Harpenden, England, assignor by 
mesne assignments, to Trico Products Corporation, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. Windshield cleaner. 2,191,423 ; Feb. 20. 

Browne, Edythe D., Chicago, 111. Garment form. 
2,187,965 ; Jan. 23. 

Browne, Floyd A., Cleveland, assignor of one-half to 
J. D. Overholt, Wooster, Ohio. Conveying mechanism. 
2,185,973 ; Jan. 2. 

Browne, Harry L. (See Blanchard, R. F., Blanton, and 
Browne.) 

Browne, Kenneth A., Westwood, N. J., assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Cylinder head cooling 
means. 2,214,321 ; Sept. 10. 

Browne, Kenneth A., Westwood, and F. B. Hunter, Wyck- 
off, N. J., assignors to Wright Aeronautical Corporation. 
Supercharger relief valve. 2,196,247 ; Apr. 9. 

Browne, Lindsay H. (See Curtin, BI. T., niul T.rnwnp.) 

Browne, Vere B., assignor to Allegheny Steel Company, 
Brackenridge, Pa. Vanadium steel alloy. 2,193,222 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Brownell, Dean H. (See Brown, J. R., and Brownell.) 

Browner, William, San Francisco, assignor of one-half to 
W. Limberg, Bakersfield, and one-half to F. W. Epperson, 
Oakland, Calif. Therapeutic machine. 2,190,282 : 
Feb. 13. 

Browning, Frank H., Seattle, Wash. Steam separator. 
2,214,658; Sept. 10. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, Val 
A., assignor.) 

Browning, James B., assignor of one-half to C. V. Birk- 
head and W. N. Beckmann, San Antonio, Tex., co- 
partners doing business as Birkhead Beckmann, 
Stanard & Vance. Gas burner igniting means. 
2,201,077 ; May 14. 

Browning, James E., San Antonio, Tex., assignor to 
Browning Laboratories, Inc. Fuel supply and igniting 
means for water heaters. 2,208,719 ; July 23. 

Browning, Jonathan E., Ogden, Utah, assignor to Western 
Cartridge Company. Repeating firearm. 2,196,852 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Browning, Jonathan E., Ogden, Utah, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Western Cartridge Company. Gas-oper- 
ated automatic firearm. 2,211,405 ; Aug. 13. 

Browning Laboratories, Inc. (See Browning, James E., 
assignor.) 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden, Utah. Firearm. 2,203,378 ; June 4. 

Brownjohn, Earl, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Milton Brad- 
ley Company, Springfield, Mass. Drawing apparatus. 
2,210,895; Aug. 13. 

Brownlee, A., et al. (See Cook, William H., assignor.) 

Brownlee, F., et al. (See Cook, William H., assignor.) 

Brownlee, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Transmission gearing. 
2,185,537; Jan. 2. 

Brownlee, Stuart D., and J. G. MacDonald, Toronto, On- 
tario, Canada. Flatiron. Re. 21,577 ; Sept. 24. 

Brownmiller, Lorrln T., Easton Pa., assignor to Bakelite 
Building Products Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Roof and 
siding material. 2.198,601 ; Apr. 30. 

Brownne, Frederick T., Denver, Colo. Lock. 2,217,098 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Brownstein, Henry J., Chicago, 111. Liquid applicator. 
2,194,819 ; Mar. 26. 

Brownstein, Louis, assignor to I. Gerber, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Glove pressing machine. 2,199,778 ; May 7. 



Brownstein, Louis, Brooklyn, assignor to Liebig Products 
Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Bouillon cube machine. 
2,200,224 ; May 7. 

Broxton, William M., Chattanooga, Tenn. Base bag. 
2,220,142 ; Nov. 5. 

Broyles, Otis T., Los Angeles, Calif. Deep well apparatus. 
2,189,937; Feb. 13. 

Broz, William J., Prairieburg, Iowa. Fishhook. 
2,208,009 ; July 16. 

Brozovic, Joseph. (See Dworrhuck, J. L.. and Brozovic.) 

Brubaker, Lloyd, Petrolia, Calif. Saw blade. 2,194,785 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Brubaker, Merlin M. (See Alderman, V. V., Brubaker, 
and Hanford.) 

Brubaker, Merlin M., Wilmington, Del., assignor to Du 
Pont Film Manufacturing Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Photographic fixative composition. 2,195,405 ; Apr. 2. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., and R. W. Maxwell, assignors to E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparing beta-ethylamino ethanols. 2,212,149 ; Aug. 
20. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., R. E. Christ, and D. D. CofEman, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Ester-amide interpolymers. 
2,224,037 ; Dec. 3. 

Brubaker, William A., Akron, assignor of thirty-seven 
and one-half per cent to F. B. Killian, Doylestown, 
thirty-seven and one-half per cent to J. Tyrrell, trustee, 
and twenty-five per cent to P. H. Stevens, Akron, Ohio. 
Bead rolling machine. 2,222,590 ; Nov. 26. 

Brubaker, Wilson M. (See Slepian, J., and Brubaker.) 

Bruce, Douglas, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Sangamo Electric Company, Springfield, 111. Tempera- 
ture compensation of thermal devices. 2,225,975 ; Dec. 
24. 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Bruce, Robert G., assignor.) 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge apparatus. 2,193,578 ; Mar. 12. 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge apparatus. 2,193,579 ; Mar. 12. 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge device. 2,201,880 ; May 21. 

Bruce, Elmer, et al. (See Darling, Louis H., assignor.) 

Bruce, John M., New York, N. Y. Brew handling and 
dispensing apparatus. 2,201,154; May 21. 

Bruce, Louis P., Orange, assignor to Joseph Dixon 
Crucible Company, Jersey City, N. J. Stopper for pour 
ladles. 2,197,515 ; Apr. 16. 

Bruce, Olov W., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Electro- 
lux Corporation, Dover, Del. Releasable coupling. 
2,222,018; Nov. 19. 

Bruce, Robert G., Memphis, Tenn., assignor to E. L. 
Bruce Company. Wood block flooring. 2,222,137 ; 
Nov. 19. • 

Bruce, Thomas J., Wichita, Kans. Piston peening device 
and the like. 2,212.705 ; Aug. 27. 

Briiche, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf-on-the-Schaefersee, 
assignor to Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, Ber- 
lin, Germany. Electronic device. 2,206,387 ; July 2. 

Bruehe, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electron device. 
2,225,901 ; Dec. 24. 

Briiche, Ernst, Berlin-Reinickendorf, and E. Steudel, 
Berlin-Dahlem, Germany, assignors to Allgemeine Elek- 
tricitats Gesellschaft, Friedrich-Karl-Ufer. Electron 
multiplier. 2,185,172 ; Jan. 2. 

Bruchenal, Wm., et al. (See Peek, Robert E., assignor.) 

Briick, Lothar, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Frequency discriminator network. 2,214,574 ; Sept. 
10. 

Brucker, Eli, Miami, Pla. Reversible doll. 2,195,127 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Brucker, Henry, Maplewood, assignor to American Alu- 
minum Ware Co., Newark, N. J. Machine for insert- 
ing pouring spouts into containers. 2,216,733 ; Oct. 8. 

Bruckmann, Werner, Kassel-KIrchdltmoId, Germany as- 
signor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Impulse generator. 
2,221,573; Nov. 12. 

Bruclrman, William C, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
Inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Molded knob assembly. 2,202,371 ; 
May 28. 

Bruckinoser, Ludwig. (See Steinlein, G., and Bruck- 
moser.) 

Bruckner, Richard, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Radio transmitter synchronization. 2,218,636 ; Oct. 22. 

Bruderick, George W., Detroit, Mich. Signal system 
for motor-driven vehicles. 2,207.114 ; July 9. 

Brudsig, Carl R. N., Villa Park, 111. Heel. 2,216,430; 
Oct. 1. 

Bruecker, John, Chicago, 111. Shaving implement. 
2,196,098 ; Apr. 2. 

Brueggeman, John T., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Egg sep- 
arator. 2,187,488; Jan. 16. 

Bruehlman, Henry G., Toledo, Ohio. Suspended con- 
struction. 2,191,828; Feb. 27. 

Bruenger, Carl W. (See Spickelmier, E., Bruenger, and 
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Bruengger, Heinrich. (See Graenacher, C, Gyr, Kaiser, 
Ackermann, and Bruengger.) 

Bruestle, Armin O. ( See Stenger, E. P., and Bruestle. ) 

Bruestle, Carl O., assignor to Elevator Supplies Company, 
Incorporated, Railway, N. J. Apparatus for coiling 
wire or the lilje. 2,216,224 ; Oct. 1. 

Bruestle, Carl O., assignor to Elevator Supplies Company, 
Incorporated, Eahway, N. J. Apparatus for coiling 
wire or the like. 2,216,225 ; Oct. 1. 

Briigmann, William F., Evanston, 111. Printing plate 
mounting. 2,210,749 ; Aug. 6. 

Bruington, George H., Santa Fe, N. Jlex. Safety light 
switch. 2,201,078 ; May 14. 

Braining, Hajo, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Electron discharge device. 2,189,973 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Bruining, Hajo, J. H. de Boer, and M. C. Teves, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Radio 
Corporation of Ajnerica, New York, N. Y. Secondary 
electron emitter and making it. 2,190,695 ; Feb. 20. 

Bruining, Hajo, and J. H. de Boer, Eindhoven, Nether- 
lands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Radio Cor- 
poration of America, New York, N. Y. Electric dis- 
charge tube. 2,198,329 ; Apr. 23. 

Bruker, Hobart W., assignor to George W. Swift, Jr^ Inc., 
Bordentown, N. J. Web treating apparatus. 2,192,432 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Bruker, Hobart W., assignor to George W. Swift, Jr., Inc., 
Bordentown, N. J. Cutting machine. 2,204,067 ; June 
11. 

Bruker, Hobart W., and C. S. Thorn, assignors to George 
W. Swift, Jr., Inc., Bordentown, N. J. Guide con- 
struction for corrugating machine. 2,185,884 ; Jan. 2. 

Bruker, Hobart W., and H. F. Black, assignors to George 
W. Swift, Jr. Inc., Bordentown, N. J. Cutting mecha- 
nism. 2,185,885 ; Jan. 2. 

Bruker, Hobart W., and C. S. Thorn, assignors to George 
W. Swift, Jr., Inc., Bordentown, N. J. Double backing 
machine. 2,219,065 : Oct. 22. 

Brullhardt, Ernest C, Stratford, N. J. Support for 
beaters or mixers. 2,188,701 ; Jan. 30. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., assignor to American Stove Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Oven and burner therefor. 
2,193,055 ; Mar. 12. 

Brumfield, Richard M. (See Potter, E. E., and Brum- 
field.) 

Brumley, John L., Sanford, Fla. Pile repair unit. 
2,187,677; Jan. 16. 

Brummack, Giinther. (See Weingand, R., and Brum- 
mack.) 

Brun, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Making lead nitrato-hypophos- 
phite. 2,202,646 ; May 28. 

Brun, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Manufacture of lead styphnate. 
2,202,647 ; May 28. 

Briin, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Explosive. 2,205,116 ; June 18. 

Brunander, Gustav N., Portland, Oreg. Fireplace damper. 

2.205.591 ; June 25. 

Brundage, Norman C, assignor to Western Precipitation 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Gas scrubber. 

2.203.592 ; June 4. 

Brunderman, Martin E., Chicago, 111. Steam and water 
trap. 2,215,998 : Sept. 24. 

Brune, William A., Orlando, Fla. Brush case. 2,190,696 ; 
Feb. 20. 

Brunelle, August, Clifton, N. J., assignor to Wright Aero- 
nautical Corporation. Cylinder-to-crankcase attach- 
ment. 2.208,660 ; July 23. 

Bruner, Calder V. L., Philadelphia, Pa. Roller skate 
construction. 2,193,685 ; Mar. 12. 

Brunet, Rene A., Charleston, W. Va. Rotary engine. 
2,185,428; Jan. 2. 

Brunetti, Joseph, assignor to Columbia Protektosite Co., 
Inc., Carlstadt, N. J. Methods and apparatus for mak- 
ing wire core temples. 2,197,465 ; Apr. 16. 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The C. F. Pease 
Company. Distributing light uniformly. 2,204,297 ; 
June 11. 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The C. F. 
Pease Company. Apparatus for making blueprints. 
2,219,619 ; Oct. 29. 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The C. F. 
Pease Company. Machine for developing blueprints or 
negatives. 2,219,620 ; Oct. 29. 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, and M. Dickason, Oak Park, 
assignors to The C. P. Pease Company, Chicago, 111. 
Nonbleeding blue print and making the same. 
2,196.788 ; Apr. 9. 

Brunke, Fritz. (See Glaser, A., Koch, Neidhardt, and 
Brunke.) 

Brunke, Fritz, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Dry plate rectifier and pro- 
ducing same. 2,189,576 ; Feb. 6. 

Brunke, Fritz, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Dry plate rectifier and 
producing same. 2,205,897 ; June 25. 

Brunke, Fritz, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Selenium rectifier having an 
insulating layer. 2,215,999 ; Sept. 24. 

Brunke, Fritz, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Dry plate element and 
forming same. 2,223,203 ; Nov. 26. 



Brunken, William D., Dallas, Tex. Side bumper for auto- 
mobile bodies. 2,212,493 ; Aug. 27. 

Brunker, George N., Salt Lake City, Utah. Weather 
strip. 2,225,819 ; Dec. 24. 

Brunkow, William H., Oak Park, 111. Method and appa- 
ratus for drying printed ink. 2,205,391 ; June 25. 

Bninmark, Elmer H., Worcester, Mass. Shoe with detach- 
able heel. 2,195,324; Mar. 26. 

Brunnbauer, Albert. (See Passler, Hermann, assignor.) 

Brunner, Edward J. (See Fleming, Robert B., assignor.) 

Brunner, Ernest J., Eugene, Oreg., deceased; M. C. Brun- 
ner, administratrix. Bulldozer mounting. 2,203,941 ; 
June 11. 

Brunner, Leopold, Brunswick, Germany. Propulsion 
means, especially for aircraft. 2,218,599 ; Oct. 22. 

Brunner Manufacturing Company. (See Chandler, George 
W., assignor.) 

Brunner, Marie C, administratrix. (See Bruner, Ernest J.) 

Brunner, Max, & Co. (See Biirgin, Eugen, assignor.) 

Brunner, Reed R. (See Hilliard, W. P., and Brunner.) 

Brunner, Reed R., Chevy Chase, Md., assignor to United 
Air Lines Transport Corporation, Chicago, 111. Direc- 
tion finding apparatus. 2,204,206 ; June 11. 

Brunner, Reed R., assignor to Bendix Radio Corporation, 
Chicago, HI, Control system. 2,226,692 : Dec. 31. 

Brunnhoelzl, William, Brooklyn, assignor to J. J. Tashof, 
New York, N. Y., as trustee. Device for conveying and 
counting packages. 2,212,507 ; Aug. 27. 

Brunnhoelzl, William, Brooldyn, assignor to J. J. Tashof, 
New York, N. Y., as trustee. Conveyer system and 
automatic stopping and starting mechanism therefor. 
2,212,508 ; Aug. 27. 

Bruno, Paul L. M.. Thourotte, Oise, assignor to Soci6t6 
Anonyme des Manufactures de Glaces et Produits 
Chimiques de Saint Gobain Chauny & Cirey, Paris, 
France. Apparatus for controlling the distortion of 
rolls. 2,214,874 ; Sept. 17. 

Bruno, William S., New Rochelle, N. Y. Sewing cabinet. 
2,226,693 ; Dec. 31. 

Brunov, Karl J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Station indicat- 
ing device. 2,188,621 ; Jan. 30. 

Branson, Amber N., Kansas City, Mo. Surveying instru- 
ment. 2,208,014 ; July 16. 

Branson, Virgil A. (See Chapman, E. W., and Branson.) 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C, assignor to Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Soda soap grease. 2,212,189 ; Aug. 
20. 

Brunstrum, Lawrence C, and G. W. Flint, Chicago, and 
F. H. MacLaren, Calumet City, 111., and E. W. Adams, 
Hammond, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Gear lubricant and making it. 2,211,921 ; 
Aug. 20. 

Brunsviga Maschlnenwerke Grimme Natalis & Co. A. G. 
(See Norton, Charles W., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company, The. (See Guy ton, 
Robert H., assignor.) 

Branswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Scheide- 
mantel, H. B., and Luth, assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Matte- 
son, Jesse O., assignor.) 

Brunswick, Jules, Paris, assignor to M. and R. Baudou, 
Les Eglisottes (Gironde), France, and himself. Multi- 
cellular rubber tire. 2,185,398 ; Jan. 2. 

Brunswig, Heinrich, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Ak- 
tiengesellsohaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Lorenzweg, Germany. 
Direction finding system. 2,204,174 ; June 11. 

Brunt & Company. (See Brunt, J. P., and Maston, as- 
signors.) 

Brunt, John P., Chicago, and E. E. Maston, Wilmette, as- 
signors to Brunt & Company, Chicago, 111. Channel 
vented box. 2,195,236; Mar. 26. 

Brunzell, Victor, Long Island City, N. Y. Safety cap for 
ball players. 2,218,947 ; Oct. 22. 

Brush Beryllium Company, The. (See Kjellgren, B. R. F., 
and Sawyer, assignors.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Gravley, 
Charles K., assignor.) 

Brush Development Company, The. (See Williams, Alfred 
L. W., assignor.) 

Brush, Graham M., Greenwich, Conn. Railroad car re- 
frigeration. 2,210,896 ; Aug. 13. 

Brush, John G., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for heat treatment. 2,189,194 ; Feb. 6. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Plasticizing 
nitrogenous resins. 2,187,566 ; Jan. 16. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Quaternary methallyl ammonium 
halldes. 2,191,922; Feb. 27. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Crotonic acid ester of polyhydric al- 
cohol. 2,198,373 ; Apr. 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Higher polyalkylated cyclohexyl di- 
rivatives. 2,198,375 ; Apr. 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Preparation of 
polyallcylene ether thioammeline ethers. 2,202,828 ; 
June 4. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Insecticidal agent. 2,204,000 ; June 
11. 



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Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products & 
Cliemical Company, Ptiiladelphia, Pa. Complex phenolic 
ester bases and salts thereof. 2,218,739 ; Oct. 22. 

Bruson, Herman A., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Alkylene 
k ethers of thioammeline. 2,227,215 ; Dec. 31. 

Bruson, Herman A., and J. W. Eastes, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Synthetic resin. 2,187,565 ; Jan. 16. 

Bruson, Herman A., and L. W. Covert, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Methylation of phenolic compounds. 2,194,215 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Bruson, Herman A., and J. W. Kroeger, assignors to 
Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa., Cyclic con- 
densation product. 2,198,374 ; Apr. 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., and J. W. Eastes, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing alkyl- 
ated aromatic ether halides. 2,209,911 ; July 30. 

Bruson, Herman A., and J. L. Rainey, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Bisthioammeline polyalkylene ether resin. 
2,217,667 ; Oct. 15. 

Bruson, Herman A., and C. W. MacMullen, assignors to 
The Resinous Products & Chemi'^al Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Phenolic triamines. 2,220,834 ; Nov. 5. 

Bruson, Herman A., and R. F. McCleary, assignors to Rohm 
& Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Oxides of phenolic 
amines. 2,220,835 : Nov. 5. 

Brussolo, Vito A. (See Everheart, E. W., and Brussolo.) 

Brustowsky, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Device for scraping 
the knives of slicing machines. 2,187,801 ; Jan. 23. 

Bruun, Jacob W., Oslo, Norway. Combined tour and 
slalom binding. 2.187,537 ; Jan. 16. 

Bruun, Johannes H., Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Obtaining naphthenic 
acids. 2,220,012 ; Oct. 29. 

Bruun, Johannes H., Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Obtaining naphthenic ac- 
ids. 2,220,013 ; Oct. 29. 

Bruzau, Blare E. A., S. Van Mierlo, and P. L. Bour, Paris, 
France, assignors to International Standard Electric 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Mechanical resonator, 
such as iJiezoelectric crystal devices. 2,203,322 ; June 
4. 

Bruzaud, Lexander, New York, N. Y. Sliower head. 
2,199,478 ; May 7. 

Bry-Block Mercantile Corporation. (See Humphries, Wil- 
liam O., assignor.) 

Bry, Edwin, Elberon, assignor to Edwin & Louis Bry, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Two-color bouclg. 2,201,759 ; 
Blay 21. 

Bry, Edwin, Elberon, N. J., assignor to Edwin & Louis Bry, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Novelty yarn of wool and mohair. 
2,211,641 ; Aug. 13. 

Bry, Edwin, Elberon, N. J., assignor to Edwin & Louis 
Bry, Inc., New York, N. Y. Novelty wool and mohair 
knop yarn. 2,211,642 ; Aug. 13. 

Bry, Edwin, Elberon, N. J., assignor to Edwin & Louis Bry, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Novelty wool and mohair knop 
.varn. 2,211,643 ; Aug. 13. 

Bry, Edwin & Louis, Inc. (See Bry, Edwin, assignor.) 

Bryan, Harold E., et al. (See Bittner, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Bryan, Herbert E., Glenwood, Ala. Hog and fish scraper. 
2,215,749 ; Sept. 24. 

Bryan, Lloyd, Los Angeles, and W. R. Postlewaite, as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company of California, San 
Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for coating pipe. 
2,186,361; Jan. 9. 

Bryan, Lloyd, Los Angeles, assignor to Standard Oil Com- 
pany of California, San Francisco, Calif. Pipe 
coupler. 2,192,484 ; Mar. 5. 

Bryan, Thomas E. (See ICyner, Robert R., assignor.) 

Br.van, Tliomas E., Fort Worth, Tex. Apparatus for re- 
moving liquids from wells. 2,217,305 ; Oct. 8. 

Brvan, Thomas J., assignor of one-half to G. S. Lambros, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Clothes hanger. 2,196,965 ; Apr. 9. 

Bryant, C. L., Corporation. (See Bryant, Charles L., 
assignor.) 

Bryant, Charles L., assignor to C. L. Bryant Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Heating device. 2,190,768 ; Feb. 20. 

Bryant, Charles L., assignor to C. L. Bryant Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Air conditioning apparatus. 

2,214,269 ; Sept. 10. 

Bryant, Charles L., assignor to C. L. Bryant Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Air conditioning apparatus. 

2,214,322 ; Sept. 10. 

Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Arms, M. H., 
Johnson, and Turner, assignors.) 

Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Johnson, J. B., 
and Arms, assignors.) 

Bryant, Frank D. (See Young, W. R., and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Frank D., Stratford, and W. R. Young, Fairfield, 
Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. Electric 
switch. 2,195,237 ; Mar. 26. 

Bryant, Frank D., Stratford, and W. R. Young, Fairfield, 
Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. Rotary 
switch. 2,201,881 ; May 21. 

Bryant, Prank D., Stratford, and W. R. Young, Fairfield, 
Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. Electric 
switch. 2,201,882 ; May 21. 

Bryant, Frank D., Stratford, and W. R. Young, Fairfield, 
Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. Lamp 
socket. 2,209,808 ; July 30. 



Bryant, Frank L., executrix. (See Bryant, Roy B.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Beam, Vilynn 0., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Branche, N. T., 
Ryden, and Schickler, assignors.) 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Roberts, E. W., and 
Ferrall, assignors.) 

Bryant, Jerrus M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Shafer 
Bearing Corporation, Chicago, 111. Antifriction bear- 
ing. 2,227,064; Dec. 31. 

Bryant, John M. C, Hopkins, Minn. Railway tie and rail 
clamp. 2,209,188 ; July 23. 

Bryant, Melvin, Bay City, assignor of one-third to G. J. 
Curry, Flint, Mich. Ambulatory splint. 2,189,053 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Bryant, Pegram A. (See Sherrill, W. M., and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Roy B., deceased, Dallas, Tex., Frank Leone 
Bryant, executrix. Valve. 2,219,736 ; Oct. 29. 

Bryant, Thomas W., assignor to Union Hardware Com- 
pany, Torrington, Conn. Ski pole. 2,215,240 ; Sept. 
17. 

Bryant, William J., Springfield, Vt. Gauge. 2,217,509 ; 
Oct. 8. 

Bryce, Chalmers K., Cranford, and P. R. Aronson, Mill- 
burn, N. J., assignors to Oxweld Acetylene Company. 
Making blowpipe nozzles. 2,217,194 ; Oct. 8. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Sorting machine. 2.189.024 : Feb. 6. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Hidge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Data reproducing machine. 2,196,166 ; Apr. 2. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Counting device. 2,206,660 ; July 2. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Transmission system for statistical data. 

2.213.559 ; Sept. 3. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Transmision system for statistical data. 

2.213.560 ; Sept. 3. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Photographic statistical machine. 2,220,474 ; Nov. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,192,003 ; Feb. 27. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Record controlled account- 
ing machines. 2,206,219 ; July 2. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Photographic recording ma- 
chine. 2,211,847 ; Aug. 20. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., and A. H. Dickinson, 
Bronxville, assignors to International Business Ma- 
chines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Blultiplying ma- 
chine. 2,199,656 ; May 7. 

Bryce. James W., Bloomfield, N. J., and A. H. Dickinson, 
assignors to International Business Machines Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Convertible accounting ma- 
chine. 2,217,196 : Oct. 8. 

Bryce, James W., Glen Ridge, N. J., and A. H. Dickinson, 
Bronxville, assignors to International Business Ma- 
chines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,219,737 ; Oct. 29. 

Bryce, John A., assignor to International Ticket Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Ticket book. 2,191,067 ; Feb. 20. 

Bryce Limited. (See Seeley, Frank H., assignor.) 

Bryda, Joseph M. (See Glaidstone, A., Gilbert, and 
Bryda.) 

Bryk, Ignatius E., West New York, N. J. Trouble light 
holder and switch. 2,221,295 ; Nov. 12. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y. Centrifugal mechanism. 

2.199.847 ; May 7. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y. Centrifugal mechanism. 

2.199.848 ; May 7. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, N. Y. Multiple drum centrifu- 
gal. 2,199,849; May 7. 

Brzykcy, Antoni, Minneapolis, Minn. Animal trap. 
2,216,529 ; Oct. 1. 

Bubar, Hudson H., New York, N. Y. Dust separator. 
2,221,073 ; Nov. 12. 

Buben, Wladimir, North Woburn, Mass. Toy. 2,226,195 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Buccicone. Dario, Gary, Ind. Thickness gauge. 

2.219.621 ; Oct. 29. 

Buccicone, Dario, Gary, Ind. Thickness gauge. 

2.219.622 : Oct. 29. 

Buccicone, Dario, and C. M. Shank, Gary, Ind. Roll 
scraper. 2,191,366 ; Feb. 20. 

Buch, Peter E., Passaic, and C. S. Knowlton, Springfield, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Electromagnetic switching 
device. 2,220,143 ; Nov. 5. 

Buchanan, Aletha, Great Neck, assignor, b.v mesne as- 
signments, to Trousarobe, Inc., New York, N. Y. Wear- 
ing apparel. 2,213,900 ; Sept. 3. 

Buchanan, David L. (See Ragsdale, E. J. W., Clary, 
and Buchanan.) 



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Buchanan, George M., assignor to Mavor and Coulson, 
Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. Conveyer of the endless 
belt type. 2,212,006 ; Aug. 20. 

Buchanan, George M., assignor to Mavor and Coulson, 
Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. Conveyer of the endless 
belt type. 2,222,019 ; Nov. 19. 

Buchanan George T., Winnsboro, S. C. Coagulant com- 
position. 2,221,214; Nov. 12. 

Buchanan, Hugh. (See Jandus, H. S.. and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, Hugh, assignor to Houdaille-Hershey Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Fender shield. 2,226,894 ; Dec. 31. 

Buchanan, Isaac W. P., Lebanon, Tenn. Brush. 
2,220,391 ; Nov. 5. 

Buchanan, James R., Manchester, England. Hot water 
bottle. 2,220,510 ; Nov. 5. 

Buchanan, John C. (See Morley, H., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. Re. 21,401 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerator control. 2,192,840 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,192,847 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Buchanan, Leslie B. M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, Kast 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,192,848 ; 
Mar. 5. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., assignor to The Thomas & Betts 
Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Wire connector. 2,190,383 ; 
Apr. 9. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., Westmoreland Hills, Md., assignor 
to The Thomas & Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Wire 
connector. 2,204,979 ; June 18. 

Buchanan, Verl C, Kansas City, Mo. Glare shield. 
2,212,007; Aug. 20. 

Buchanan, William B., and G. B. Tebo, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada, assignors to General Cable Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Torsional damper for line conductors. 
2,215,541 ; Sept. 24. 

Buchanan, William E., assignor to Appleton Wire Works, 
Inc., Appleton, Wis. Multiple strand selvage. 
2,207,609 ; July 9. 

Buchanan, William G. (See Krall, R. F., McEwan, and 
Buchanan.) 

Buchard, George M., Dayton, Ohio. Tube tester. 
2,198.242; Apr. 23. 

Bflche, Karl. (See Schwabe, K., and Biiche.) 

Buchel, Johannes A., and R. N. Jan Saal, Amsterdam, 
Netherlands, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Refining mineral oils. 2,185,291 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Buchele, Walter J. (See Rice, E. W., and Buchele.) 

Buchen, Clement A., assignor to Eaton Metal Products 
Co., Denver, Colo. Concrete cart. 2,201,224 ; May 21. 

Bucher, John W. (See Abbott, R. H., Dickson, and 
Bucher. ) 

Buchet, Conrad R., assignor of one-half to T. E. Herlihy, 
Los Angeles, Calif., and ojie-half to A. W. McDonald. 
Refrigeration apparatus. 2,199,779; May 7. 

Buchet, Conrad R., assignor of one-half to T. E. Herlihy, 
Pasadena, Calif. Bearing seal. 2,215,686 ; Sept. 24. 

Buchgraber, Jdnos, assignor to J. Rakonitz, Budapest, 
Hungary. Manufacture of sterilized catgut. 2,215,453 ; 
Sept. 24. 

Buchheim, Kurt, Radebeul, near Dresden, and H. Pflugk, 
Berlin, assignors to Chemische Fabrik Von Heyden 
Aktiengesellschaft, Radebeul, near Dresden, Germany. 
Extraction of phenol from phenolic solutions. 
2,209,872: July 30. 

Buchholtz, George, Guttenberg, N. J. Filter bracket for 
light metPr.<i. 2,211,557; Aug. 13. 

Buchholz, Erich. (See Brendel, H., and Buchholz.) 

Buchi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,213,202 ; Sept. 3. 

Buchman, Edwin R., Baltimore, Md. Halogenated organic 
compounds. 2,193,858 ; Mar. 19. 

Buchman, Edwin R., Pasadena. Calif., assignor to Re- 
searcli Corporation, New York, N. Y. Thiazole com- 
pound and making it. 2.104,179 : Mar. 19. 

Buchman, Edwin R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, New York, N. Y. Halogenated de- 
rivatives of nceto propyl alcohol. 2,218.349: Oct. 15. 

Buchman, Edwin R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, New York. N. Y. Halogenated de- 
rivatives of aceto propane. 2,218,350 ; Oct. 15. 

Buchman, Edwin R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation, New York, N. Y. Halogenated de- 
rivatives of acetopropane. 2,223,885 ; Dec. 3. 

Buchman, Emil, Springfield, Mass. Candle holder. 
2.213.203: Sept. 3. 

Buchner, Cecil, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Alma Motor Company, Dover, Del. Vehicle 
transmission. 2,195,479 ; Apr. 2. 

Buchner, Cecil. Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Alma Motor Company, Dover, Del. Tandem 
drive unit. 2,195,480 ; Apr. 2. 

Buchner, Morris, and M. Kapp, Bronx, N. Y. Doll eye 
mounting. 2,202,896 : June 4. 

Buchsbaum, Herbert, Chicago, 111. Reversible buckle. 
2,186,819 ; Jan. 9. 

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Buchsbaum, Plerbert, Chicago, 111. Belt buckle. 
2,197,656 : Apr. 16. 

Buchsbaum, Herbert J., assignor to A. Stein & Company, 
Chicago, 111. Belt buckle. 2,216,903 ; Oct. 8. 

Buck, Benjamin 1., Balliniore, iMil. Transfer convever 
mechanism. 2,221,698 ; Nov. 12. 

Buck, Benjamin I., Baltimore, Md. Bean slicer. 
2,221,699 ; Nov. 12. 

Buck, Lucien, Wyncote, and J. R. Thygeson, assignors to 
Proctor & Schwartz, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Drier construction. 2,211,644 ; Aug. 13. 

Buck, Luther J. (See Hershey, C. G., and Buck.) 

Buck, Mortimer P. (See Bieber, C. G., and Buck.) 

Buck, Ralph, De Graff, Ohio. Hog trough. 2,199,587 ; 
May 7. 

Buck, Richard S., Glastonbury, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Heat ex- 
changer. 2,225,856 ; Dec. 24. 

Buck, Richard S., Wethersfield, and H. W. Gunberg, West 
Hartford, assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, 
East Hartford, Conn. Drain valve. 2,189,162 ; Feb. 6. 

Buckborough, Morris W. (See Christensen, Leonard, as- 
signor.) 

r.uckendale, Lawrence R. (See Koeppen, R. L., and 
Buckendale.) 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Blich. Gear mounting. 
2,189,100 ; Feb. 6. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle drive. 
2,195,509 ; Apr. 2. 

Buckeye Incubator Company, The. (See Gedge, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Johnston, George W., 
assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Bower, 
Jerome G., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
George T., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See McPherson, 
J. S., and Orr, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Orr, Claude 
L., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Stertzbach, 
H. W., and JMoeller, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Stertzbach, 
H. W., and Orr, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Wolfe, 
Harry H., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See George, 
Charles L., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Holl- 
mann, PI., Van Voorhis, and Crabiel, assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Miller, 
George E., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Van Voor- 
his, W. G., and Crabiel, assignors.) 

Buckham, Charles W., Scarsdale, N. Y. Camera. 
2,202,138 ; May 28. 

Buckham, Charles W., Scarsdale, N. Y. Camera. 
2,211,714 ; Aug. 13. 

Biicking, Fritz. (See Daimler, K., Platz, Biicking, and 
Rosenbach.) 

Buckingham, William D., Southampton, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Balancing duplex circuit. 2,186,006 ; Jan. 9. 

Buckingham, 'William D., Southampton, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Relay testing method and apparatus. 2,212,634 ; Aug. 
27. 

ISuckius, Albert O., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Na- 
tional Malleable and Steel Casting Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Journal box lid. 2,207,047 ;■ July 9. 

Buckius, Albert O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and T. E. 
Newberry, Northumberland, Pa., assignors to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Journal box. 2,194,493 ; Mar. 26. 

Bucklen-Bear Laboratories, Inc. (See Bear, Paul S., 
assignor.) 

Buckley, Arthur H., assignor of one-half to J. P. Keelev, 
Chicago, 111. Illuminated sign. 2,198,590 ; Apr. 30. 

Buckley, Clyde D., Needham, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Separable 
frame for handbags or the like. 2,194,846 ; Mar. 26. 

Buckley, Duer H., Warren, Ohio, assignor to Sanitary 
Service Inc., Dover, Del. Sludge removing device. 
2,202,308 ; May 28. 

Buckley, Duer H., Warren, Ohio, assignor to J. W. Swan- 
son, Sharon, Pa. Septic tank. 2,213,458 ; Sept. 3. 

Buckley, Harry R., and F. W. Schulte, Cumberland, Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Appara- 
tus for stapilizing yarn. 2,196,975 : Apr. 16. 

Buckley, James, Providence, R. I. Container construc- 
tion. 2.224.949 ; Dec. 17. 

Buckley Music System, Inc. (See Henry, Earle G., as- 
signor.) 

Buckley, Stuart E., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Locating detectable cement 
in a borehole. 2.220,205 ; Nov. 5. 

Buckley, Sydney, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Shepard 
Niles Crane & Hoist Corporation, Montour Falls, N. Y. 
Brake mechanism. 2,188,766 ; .Tan. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Buckley, Sydney, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Shepard 
Niles Crane & Hoist Corporation, Montour Falls, N. Y. 
Motor control and brake mechanism. 2,214,807 ; Sept. 

Buckley, Warren. (See Kolts, Tennies F., assignor.) 
Bucknam, James H. (See Jones, H. W., and Bucknam.) 
Bucknam, James H. (See Jones, H. W., Bucknam, and 

Doyle. ) 
Bucknam, James H. (See Jones, H. W., Bucknam, and 

Jacobsson.) . , ^, 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Metal surfacing appa- 
ratus. 2,186,096 ; Jan. 9. 
Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Apparatus for removing 
surface metal from metallic bodies. 2,203,211 ; June 4. 
Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Oxweld 
Acetylene Company. Deseaming and desurfacing 
process. 2,215,577 : Sept. 24. ^ . ^ tvt t 

Bucknam, James H., and A. J. Miller, Cranford, N. J., 
assignors to The Linde Air Products Company. Billet 
conditioning method. 2,189,753 ; Feb. 13 
Bucknam, James H., Cranford, A. J. Miller, Garwood, and 
A. M. Keller, Livingston, N. J., assignors to The Linde 
Air Products Company. Apparatus for conditioning the 
surfaces of metal bodies. 2,200,259 ; May 14. „ ^ ^ 
Bucknam, James H., Cranford, and L. W. Young, Scotch 
Plains, N. J., assignors to The Linde Air Products 
Company. Control system for hardening and similar 
operations. 2,215,576 ; Sept. 24. 
Bucknam. James H., Cranford, and H. W. Jones, West- 
field N. J., assignors to The Linde Air Produts Com- 
pany Apparatus for conditioning or desurfacing 
metal. 2,223,402 ; Dec. 3. 
Buckner, Arthur W., Houston, Tex. Cable clamp. 

2,185,723 ; Jan. 2. _ , 

Buckner, Orello S., Northboro, and D. B. Wilson, assignors 
to Bay State Abrasive Products Company, Westboro, 
Mass. Making abrasive wheels. 2,187,583 ; Jan. lb. 
Buckner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Intermittent rota- 
tion sprinkler. 2,214,990 : Sept. 17. , ^. „- , 
Buckwalter, Tracy V., Massillon, assignor to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Piston rod 
testing apparatus. 2,188,853 ; Jan. 30. 
Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Fuel injection pump. 
2 192 372 ' Mar. 5. 
Buc'kwaiter, Tracy V., Massillon, assignor to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive. 
2,198.571 ; Apr. 23. 
Bucky, Gustav, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Con- 
solidated Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. Field 
determinator and exposure indicator. 2,212,854 ; Aug. 
27 
Bucy, Edmond H., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Textile printing 
lacquer. 2,188,073 ; Jan. 23. 
Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Anderson, G. Y., Jr., David- 
son, and Lonngren, assignors.) ,, „ , 
Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Bager, W. M., Fykse, and 

Mork, assignors.) „ , ^ „ 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Knox, Samuel L. G., as- 

sicnor. ) 
Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Knox, S. L. G., and Black- 
well, assignors.) ^ , „, , „^. , , 
Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Lehman, W., and Stiehl, 

assignors.) „ 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Paulsen, Thomas R., as- 
signor.) 
Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Stiehl, Carl E., assignor.) 
Bucyrus-Monighan Company. (See Carlson, G. A., and 

Tunison, assignors.) ^ 

Bucyrus-Monighan Company. (See Martinson, Oscar J., 

assignor.) ,, , „ 
Buda Company, The. (See Viles, L. M., and Brown, as- 
signors.) ,, „ 

Budd, Anthony G., and H. Barton, West Moors, Dorset- 
shire, assignors to Comb Pluckers Limited, Hampshire, 
England. Carrying out plucking operations. 2,220,811 ; 
Nov. 5. 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Berryman, 

Harry H., assignor.) ,„ ^, 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Clary, 
Joseph F., assignor.) ,„ ^ ...■ - 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Contini, 

R., and Dieter, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Blanufacturing Company. (See Dean, 

Albert G., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Dean, 

Walter B., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Blanufacturing Company. (SeeDeisley, 

E. J., and Ruehlmaiin, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Es- 

kergian, Carolus L., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Farr, 

William W.. assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Geary, 

Frederick L., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Hor- 

ton, R. H., and Eksergian, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Jacob, 
Ellis L., assignor.) „ , , 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph, assignor.) 



Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 

winka, J., and Kelly, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Leiter, R. 

W. E., and Winlock, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mayer, 

William J., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mun- 

gen, Theodore, assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Raga- 

dale, Earl J. W., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, E. J. W., Clary, and Buchanan, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, E. J. W., and Dean, assignors.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Scull, 

Chester, assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Seisley, Edward J., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Shep- 

pard, William L., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Whitesell, John C, Jr., assignor.) 
Budd, Fred, Wichita, Kans. Pressure gauge signal for 

pneumatic tires. 2,206,158 : July 2. 
Budd, George H., Salt Lake City, Utah. Treatment tent 

support. 2,210,060 ; Aug. 6. 
Budd, Leighton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Device for depicting 

characters. 2,222,757 ; Nov. 26. 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, Carolus L., 

assignor. ) 
Buddenbrock, Charles V., Trinidad, Colo. Fishing pole. 

2,187,849 ; Jan. 23. 
Budie, Erich. (See Nehmiz, G., and Budie.) 
Budlong, Simeon, Chicago, 111., assignor to Centrimatic 
Transmission Co. Power transmission mechanism. 
2,208,153 ; July 16. 
Budwig, Gilbert G., assignor to Budwig Manufacturing 
Company, Burbanlf, Calif. Making pressure regulating 
devices. 2,196,519 ; Apr. 9. 
Budwig Manufacturing Company. (See Budwig, Gilbert 

G., assignor.) 
Budzien, Hugo F., Peoria, assignor to Fairbanks, Morse 
& Co., Chicago, 111. Air- start means for internal com- 
bustion engines. 2,189,163 ; Feb. 6. 
Budzinski, Josef. (See Naysmith, A. M., Drew, and 

Budzinski.) 
Buechler, John R., et al. (See Camp, Fred A., assignor.) 
Buechmann, Frederick, St. Albans, N. Y. Recording in- 
strument. 2,203,667 ; June 11. 
Buehler, Edward A., Troy Township, Oakland County, 
Mich., assignor of one-tenth to McConnell-Petermann 
Co., Inc. Toy submarine. 2,214,270; Sept. 10. 
Buehner, William F. A., New York, N. Y. Automobile 

license plate lock. 2,201,519 ; May 21. 
Buehner, William F. A., New York, N. Y. Automobile 

license plate lock. 2,204,790; June 18. 
Buehring, William J. (See Cook, W. L., and Buehring.) 
Buell, Leslie A., Holly, Mich. Seal. 2,200,149 ; May 7. 
Buell, Leslie A., Holly, Mich. Seal. 2,212,434 ; Aug. 

20. 
Buell, Roy C, Niskayuna, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric protective system. 
2,207,577 ; July 9. 
Buelna, Guadalupe, Santa Barbara, Calif., assignor to L. 
R. Nelson Mfg. Co., Inc., Peoria, 111. Sprinkler. 
2,212,008; Aug. 20. 
Buelna, Guadalupe, Santa Barbara, Calif., assignor to 
L. R. Nelson Mfg. Co., Inc., Peoria, 111. Sprinkler. 
2,212,009 ; Aug. 20. 
Buelow, Henry W., Detroit, Mich. Building frame struc- 
ture. 2,204,566 ; June 18. 
Buenger, Edward P., Oak Park, assignor to Wilson-Jones 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loose-leaf binder. 2,218,307 ; 
Oct. 15. 
Buenger, Theodore H. (See Hein, G. G., Statz, and 

Buenger.) 
Buening, Charles R., assignor to Globe-Union Inc., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Spark plug. 2,221,537 ; Nov. 12. 
Buerk, Charles A. (See Pietzsch, Albert, assignor.) 
Buerosse, Alfred E. (See Buerosse, George J. and A. B.) 
Buerosse, George J., et al. (See Buerosse, George J. and 

A. E., assignors.) 
Buerosse, George J., Beaver Dam, and A. E. Buerosse, 
Wauwatosa, Wis., assignors of three-fourths to said 
G. J. Buerosse and one-fourth to said A. E. Buerosse. 
Brush holder. 2,205,464 ; June 25. 
Buescher Band Instrument Company. (See Comer, Floyd 

E., assignor.) 
Buetefisch, Heinrich, K. Winkler, H. Kaufmann, and 
R. Bemmann, Leuna, Germany, assignors to Standard- 
I. G. Company, Linden, N. J. Production of valuable 
liquid products from pressure extracts of solid car- 
bonaceous material. 2,215,869 ; Sept. 24. 
Buettner, Raymond J. (See Pietras, John A., assignor.) 
Buff, Martha E., New York, N. Y. Preparation for re- 
moving hair from the body. 2,202,829 ; June 4. 
Buffa, Ferdinand J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Brake. 2,191,954 ; 

Feb. 27. 
Buffalo Bolt Company. (See McLaughlin, John J., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Brake Beam Company. (See Busch, Charles R., 

assignor.) ^ 

Buffalo-Electro-Chemical Company. (See Adolph, G., and 
Bretschger, assignors.) 



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Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Bretschger, M. 

E., Kauffmann, and Gilbert, assignors.) 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Kauffmann, 

Hans O., assignor.) 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Kauffmann, 

H. O., and Smolens, assignors.) 
Buffalo Forge Company. (See Stone, Stanley H., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Forge Company. (See Tucker, William C, as- 
signor. ) 
Buffalo Foundry & Machine Co. (See Lavett, Charles O., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Jewelry Case Co., Inc. (See Sundee, John R., 

assignor.) 
Buffalo Meter Company. (See Bassett, George B., as- 
signor.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Hector, L. G., and 

Schultz, assignors.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, R. J., 

and Haas, assignors.) 
Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, R. J., 

Haas, and Starkweather, assignors.) 
Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Greiner, Carl 

F., assignor.) 
Buffington, George A., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 

Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic thread ex- 
tractor for looms. 2,219,7.59 ; Oct. 29. 
Buffington, George A., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 

Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic thread ex- 
tractor for looms. 2,219,760 ; Oct. 29. 
Buffington, Harry C, assignor to Baker Manufacturing 

Co., Springfield, 111. Double acting valve. 2,215,115 ; 

Sept. 17. 
Buffington, Ralph M., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Air treatment. 2,197,203 ; Apr. 

16. 
Buffington. Ralph M., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Liquid fuel burner. 2,209,442 ; 

July 30. 
Buffington, Ralph M., and G. K. Ashby, Evansville, Ind., 

assignors to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus 

for measuring humidity. 2,189,855 ; Feb. 13. 
Buffington, Roy L., Marietta, Ohio. Carbon solvent and 

lubricant. 2,188,645 ; Jan. 80. 
Buffington, Roy L., and P. H. Elliott, assignors to 

Carsolac Corporation, Marietta, Ohio. Carbon solvent 

and lubricant. 2,206,025 ; July 2. 
Buford, Manville T., assignor to Continental Oil Company, 

Ponca City, Okla. Manufacturing grease. 2,189,661 ; 

Feb. 6. 
Buford, William J., Houston, Tex. Highway gate. 

2,189,974 ; Feb. 13. 
Buford, William J., Houston, Tex. Highway gate. 

2,219,127 ; Oct. 22. 
Bufton, Hubert G., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

Wreath base. 2,200,948 ; May 14. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, Bas-Rhin, France. Vehicle. 

2,190,397; Feb. 13. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Jlolsheim, Bas-Rhin, France. Reel for 

fishing. 2,190,398 ; Feb. 13. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Coupling apparatus 

for vehicles. 2,202,753 ; May 28. 
Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Vehicle, and especially 

automotive railroad vehicles. 2,205,030 ; June 18. 
Bugden, Henry H., London, England. Continuously 

variable gearing. 2,205,031 ; June 18. 
Bugenhagen, George H., Minot, N. Dak. Floor anchor, 

2,101,714 ; May 21. 
Bugg, Kenly C, assignor of twenty-five per cent to R. J 

Jauch, Fort Wayne, Ind., and twelve and one-half per 

cent to H. Somervell, Evanston, 111. Lock. Re. 21,320 

Jan. 16. 
Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, Mo., assignor to Neptune 

Meter Company. Counting mechanism. 2,189,392 

Feb. 6. 
Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, Mo. Lock. 2,189,880 

Feb. 13. 
Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, Mo., assignor to Neptune 

Meter Company. Counting mechanism. 2,191,877 

Feb. 27. 
Buggie, H. H., & Company. (Cook, Everett J., assignor.) 
Buhler Brothers. (See Giezendanner, Emil, assignor.) 
Biihler, Gebriider. (See Giezendanner, Emil, assignor.) 
Biihler, Gebriider. (See Hummel, Charles, assignor.) 
Buhler, John W., Los Angeles, Calif. Ashtray. 2,194,519 ; 

Mar. 26. 
Buhr, Fred. (See Buhr, Harry H., assignor.) 
Buhr, Harry H., assignor of one-half to F. Buhr, Sumner, 

Iowa. Cultivator disk gang operator. Re. 21,601 ; 

Oct. 22. 
Buhrendorf, Frederick G., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., as- 
signor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. 

Magnetic telegraphone. 2,202,139 May 28. 
Buicke, Harold C, North Tonawanda, N. Y. Fishhook 

holder. 2,190,647 ; Feb. 20. 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Huxford, George T., as- 
signor.) 
Builders Iron Foundry. (See Smith, Ed S., Jr., as- 
signor.) 
Bukacek, Anton, Fremont, Nebr. Hammer for mills. 

2,208,892 ; July 23. 
Bukolt. Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. Preserving jar 

cap and indicator. 2,194.004 : Mar. 19. 
Bukolt. Roman B.. Stevens Point, Wis. Child's bed. 

2.206.248 ; July 2. 



Bukovy, John, Akron, Ohio. Adjustable pattern. 
2,186,325 ; Jan. 9. 

Bulat, Luban, Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile hood lock. 
2,218,257 ; Oct. 15. 

Bulckian, John, et al. (See Kennedy, John F., assignor.) 

Bulford, Murray N., Clearwater, S. C, assignor to United 
Merchants & Manufacturers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Textile printing machines. Re. 21,568 ; Sept. 17. 

Bulk, Jan, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Tensioning device for cord drive. 
2,212,823 ; Aug. 27. 

Bulkeley, Claude A., assignor to Niagara Blower Company, 
New York, N. Y. Air conditioning apparatus. 
2,207,714; July 16. 

Bull, Anders, Forest Hills, N. Y. Tunnel construction. 
2,197,374 ; Apr. 16. 

Bull, Cabot Sy Hillingdon, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Elec- 
tron discharge valve. 2,190,697 ; Feb. 20. 

Bull, Cabot S., Hillingdon, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Ther- 
mionic valve. 2,198,330 ; Apr. 23. 

Bull, Cabot S., Hillingdon, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. 
Cathode ray tube. 2,223,908 ; Dec. 3. 

Bull, Cabot S., Uxbridge, Middlesex, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Middlesex, England. Au- 
tomatic gain control circuits. 2,214,608 ; Sept. 10. 

Bull, Cabot S., Uxbridge, and J. E. Keyston, Hillingdon, 
assignors to Electric & Musical Industries Limited, 
Hayes, Bliddlesex, England. Electron discharge device. 
2,193,959; Mar. 19. 

Bull, George G., Kings Heath, Birmingham, England. 
Apparatus for playing an indoor game. 2,211,297 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Bullard Company, The. (See Lundberg, N. S., and De 
Vlieg, assignors.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Bullard, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Fricke, William J., 
assignor. ) 

Bullard, E. D., Company. (See Wisman, Lauren O., as- 
signor. ) 

Bullard, Earl J., Altadena, Calif. Grinding and lapping 
machine. 2,209,071 ; July 23. 

Bullard, Edward W., assignor to E. D. Bullard Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Mask. 2,199,690 ; May 7. 

Bullard, Edwin F. (See Evans, T. W., and Bullard.) 

Bullard, Frank L., assignor to S. Wojnowski, Highland 
Park, Mich. Oil paint. 2,207,429 ; July 9. 

Bullard, Harold C, Nashua, N. H. Drawer case and the 
like. 2,220,206 ; Nov. 5. 

Bullard, William R., Port Washington, N. Y., assignor to 
P & B Electric Co., Wakefield, Mass. Network pro- 
tector relay. 2,196,138 ; Apr. 2. 

Bullis, Earl, Amsterdam, N. Y., and M. Stechler, Chicago, 
111. Striking bag stand and attachment. 2,186,403 ; 
Jan. 9. 

Bullitt, James B., Jr. (See Allen, B. R., Bullitt, and 
Hopkins.) 

Bullock, David M., Urbana, 111., assignor to Rawlings 
Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Knee brace. 
2,195,024; Mar. 26. 

Bullock, Earl C, assignor to Metal Office Furniture Com- 
pany, Grand Rapids, Mich. Rimmed structure. 
2,187,263 ; Jan. 16. 

Bullock, Frederick A., Attleboro, Mass., assignor to Dolan 
& Bullock Co., Providence, R. I. Self-retaining cuff 
link. 2,186,955 ; Jan. 16. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Funnel head with 
closure member for sprayer tanks. 2,196,054 ; Apr. 2. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Velocipede construc- 
tion. 2,202,479 ; May 28. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Making pressure 
tanks. 2,210,277 ; Aug. 6. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Pedal construction. 
2,226,424 ; Dec. 24. 

Bullock, Harry L., New York, N. Y. Electrostatic sepa- 
rator. 2,225,096; Dec. 17. 

Bullock. John W., Miami, Fla. Parking regulator. 
2,214,829 ; Sept. 10. 

Bullock, John W., Miami, and C. W. Clementz, Jackson- 
ville, Fla., assignors, by mesne assignments, to said J. W. 
Bullock. Parking meter. 2,199,330 ; Apr. 30. 

Bullocic, W. J., Inc. (See Bullock, William J., assignor.) 

Bullock, W. J., Inc. (See Hawk, Edgar A., assignor.) 

Bullock, William J., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to W. J. 
Bullock, Inc. Shot machine. 2,224,424 ; Dec. 10. 

Bullock, William J., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to W. J. 
Bullock, Inc. Recovery of plating metal from scruff. 
2,224,425 ; Dec. 10. 

Bulova, Ard^, Bienne, Switzerland. Watch movement. 
2,192,169 ; Mar. 5. 

Bultman, Frederick H., Cleveland, Ohio. Two-speed bi- 
cycle. 2,187.643 : Jan. 16. 

Bump, Albert H., Watertown, assignor to New England 
Alcohol Company, Everett, Mass. Purification of alco- 
hol. 2,188,274 ; Jan. 23. 

Bumpas, Ollie V., Memphis, Tenn. Interlocking shingle. 
2,195,847 ; Apr. 2. 

Bumpous, Earle T., assignor to General Shoe Corpora- 
tion, Nashville, Tenn. Shoe. 2,216,226 ; Oct. 1. 

Bumstead, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J. Telemetering and 
tabulating timer. 2,207,715 ; July 16. 



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Bumstead, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J. Multiplex tele- 
vision system. 2,207,716 ; July 16. 

Bunch, liay, Los Angeles, Calif. Pump assembly. 
2,188,646 ; Jan. 30. 

Bunch, Ray, Los Angeles, Calif. Dispensing package. 
2,199,657 ; May 7. 

Bundscho, J. M., Inc. (See Knight, Herbert A., as- 
signor.) 

Bundy, Albert J., Jeannette, assignor to American Win- 
dow Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
sheet glass. 2,201,286 ; May 21. 

Bundy, George M., Whitestone, N. Y., and E. Brand, as- 
signors to H. & A. Selmer, Inc., Ellihart, Ind. Ligature 
for reed instruments. 2,200,054; May 7. 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Hobrock, Raymond H., as- 
signor.) 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Quarnstrom, Bert L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Wallace, Arthur M., as- 
signor.) 

Bundy, William S., Redlands, Calif. Posture corrector 
and exerciser. 2,219.948 ; Oct. 29. 

Bungartz, Paul, assignor to the firm A. W. Mackensen, 
Magdeburg, Germany, and himself. Centrifugal pump 
with axial movement of the shaft. 2,209,109 ; July 23. 

Bungay, George W., New York, N. Y. Method of and ap- 
paratus for making electrotypes. 2,200,536 ; May 14. 

Bungay, George W., assignor to Electrographic Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Preparation of type for super- 
imposed printing. 2,199,614 ; May 7. 

Biinger, Walter, and E. Kosche, Berlin-Zehlendorf, as- 
signor to Fernseh Aktiengesellschaft, Zehlendorf, near 
Berlin, Germany. Telecine system. 2,218,498 ; Oct. 
15. 

Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining & Concentrating Company. 
(See Lee, H. E., and Muir, assignors.) 

Bunker, Royce S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
Linen Thread Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Tennis net. 
2,225,494; Dec. 17. 

Bunnell, Albert E., St. Albans, assignor to Modern Office 
Devices, Inc., New York, N. Y. Paper file and binder. 
2,221,631 ; Nov. 12. 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, assignor to The Baird Ma- 
chine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Control mechanism. 
2,186,448 ; Jan. 9. 

Bunsen, William F. (See Seltenreich, B. S., and Bunsen.) 

Buntin, Fred A., Clarendon, Tex. Handling device for 
invalid cots. 2,203,045 ; June 4. 

Bunting, Albert L. (See Blake, K. R., and Bunting.) 

Bunting Glider Company. (See Goldberg, Aaron S., as- 
signor.) 

Bunto, Ralph F., assignor to Shakespeare Products Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Temporary binder or loose 
sheet holder. 2,210,022 ; Aug. 6. 

Buntyn, Ollie E., Decatur, Miss. Automatic tripper for 
oil engines. 2,196,955 ; Apr. 9. 

Bunyan. Albert C. (See Witwer, W. J., and Bunyan.) 

Biin'zli, Karl, Thalwil, Switzerland, assignor to Vereinigte 
Faerbereien und Appretur Aktien Gesellschaft. Device 
for the lateral stretching of webs of textile material. 
2,205,371 ; June 18. 

Buono, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Geo. V. Clark Co., 
Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Closure for containers. 
2,186,518; Jan. 9. 

Buono, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Geo. V. Clark Co., 
Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Manufacture of closures 
for containers. 2,186,519 ; Jan. 9. 

Burat, Herbert, and H. R. Eggers, Berlin, Germany, as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Temperature re- 
sponsive apparatus. 2,206,715 ; July 2. 

Burba, Thomas A., Jr. (See Murphy, J. M., and Burba.) 

Burbank, Wendell T., Three Rivers, Mich., assignor to 
Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Air cooling 
means. 2,217,002; Oct. 8. 

Burbridge, Leonard. (See Hill, H. E., and Burbridge.) 

Burby, James D., White Plains, assignor to Anaconda 
Wire & Cable Company, New York, N. Y. Method of 
and apparatus for applying metal sheathing to insu- 
lated conductors. 2,185,429 ; Jan. 2. 

Burby, James D., Hastings on Hudson, assignor to Ana- 
conda Wire & Cable Company, New York, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for handling molten metal. 2,194,453 ; 
Mar. 19. 

Burby, Philip E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Borough of Plemington, N. J. 
Fa.stening-supplying mechanism. 2,212,584 ; Aue. 27. 

Burch, Charles, Ashland, Wis., deceased ; J. A. Burch, 
administratrix. Soot burner. 2,208,893 ; July 23. 

Burch, Donald D., Tulsa, Olda. Process and apparatus 
for treating liquids. 2,203,718 : June 11. 

Burch, Frederick W., Pueblo, Colo. Stair climbing hand 
truck. 2,192,396 ; Mar. 5. 

Burch, Julia A., administratrix. (See Burch, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Burch, Leo, Zurich Switzerland. Device for maintaining 
the bend of the tips of ski. 2,191,641 ; Feb. 27. 

Burch, Warren, West Palm Beach, Fla. Clipper blade. 
2,200,150 ; May 7. 

Burcham, Walter E., and G. R. Hall, Elkin, N. C. 
Shuttle for looms. 2,198,024 ; Apr. 23. 

Burchell, Ernest W., assignor to Midway Chemical Co., 
Chicago, 111. Collapsible mop. 2,192,861 ; Mar. 5. 

Burchfiel, Bruner M. (See Brown, D., Peebles, and 
Burchfiel. ) 



Burckes, Richard, Sudbury, Mass. Lawn mower. 
2,220,705 ; Nov. 5. 

Burcklialter, Robert N., assignor to Michiana Products 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Oil filter. 2,203,668 ; 
June 11. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph apparatus. 2,189,541 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago. 111. Keyboard perforator. 2,190,309 ; Feb. 13. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph apparatus. 2,216,337 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Burcky, Charles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Printing telegraph apparatus. 2,220,364 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Burcky, Cliarles W., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Record projector. 2,220.885 ; Nov. 3 2. 

Burd, Gorman C, Adrian, Mich., assignor to American 
Chain & Cable Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Process 
of and means for applying elastic sleeves on conduits 
and the like. 2,218,904 ; Oct. 22. 

Burd, Martin M. (See Burd, Samuel I. and M. ]\I.) 

Burd Piston Ring Company. (See Grossman, Daniel R., 
assignor. ) 

Burd, Samuel I. and M. M., Philadelphia, Pa. Stocking. 
2,208,300 ; July 16. 

Burden, Henry J., Oakville, assignor to Nelles Invest- 
ments, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Automati- 
cally humidified and ventilated refrigerator. 2,188,526 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Burdett, Horace H., Milford, assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Shuttle. 2,200,213 ; May 7. 

Burdett, Horace H., Milford, assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Thread tensioning device. 
2,224,097 : Dec. 3. 

Burdett, Horace H., Milford, assignor to Draper Cor- 
poration, Hopedale, Mass. Cloth roll drive. 2,226,090 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Burdett, Roy E (See Moore, J. H., Jewett, and Burdett.) 

Burdick Corporation, The. (See Maxson, Rolland H., as- 
signor.) 

Burdick, Earl F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Material and method for removing coatings of niclcel 
or the like from a metal base. 2,200,486 ; May 14. 

Burdick, Edwin C. (See Moore, C. B., and Burdick.) 

Burdick, Edwin C, Philadelphia, C. B. Moore, Carroll 
Park, and J. Sharp, assignors to The Brown Instru- 
ment Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pen for recorders. 
2,217,657 ; Oct. 15. 

Burdick. Emory P., Detroit, Mich. Divider structure. 
2,214.042 ; Sept. 10. 

Burdick, Harry J. M., Anaheim, Calif. Fire hydrant. 
2,200,770 ; May 14. 

Burdick, Harry J. M., Anaheim, Calif. Valve. 2,219,761 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, Mich., and C. S. Fair- 
bank, Madison, N. J., assignors to The Shaw-Walker 
Company, Muskegon, Mich. Typewriter desk. 
2,219.762 ; Oct. 29. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, Mich., and C. S. Fair- 
bank, Madison, N. J., assignors to The Shaw-Walker 
Company. Muskegon, Mich. Typewriter desk for use 
with dictaphone transcribing devices. 2,220,475 ; Nov. 
5. 

Burdsal, Charles S., Cave Creek, Ariz. Fluid meter. 
2,217,668; Oct. 15. 

Bureau, Arthur A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Reel. 
2,210,878 ; Aug. 13. 

Bureau, Arthur A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Lagging for reels. 2,213,833 ; Sept. 3. 

Burford, James C, Winston-Salem, N. C. Lubricant atom- 
izer and heater for force feed lubricators. 2,203,046 ; 
June 4. 

Burford, Robert K., Gary, Ind. Method and apparatus 
for testing steel strip thickness. 2,222,221 ; Nov. 19. 

Burgard, Clifford J., St. Louis, Mo. Soap dish. 2,206,15!) ; 
July 2. 

Burger, Edward. (See Briefer, C. J., and Burger.) 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Brake. 2,192,004 ; Feb. 27. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Wheel. 2,193,960 ; Mar. 
19. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Wheel. 2.197,6()8 ; Apr. 
16. 

Burger, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Built-up shoe. 
2,194,637 ; Mar. 26. 

Burger, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Adjustable height in- 
creasing shoe. 2,212,434; Aug. 20. 

Burgess, Abner E., Camden, assignor to Bahan Textile 
Machinery Company, Greenville, S. C. Back box plate 
for battery looms. 2,225,609 ; Dec. 24. 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Charles F., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Chipley, Alfred S., as- 
signor.) 

Rurgess Battery Company. (See Hoyle, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Leadbetter, Ralph L., 
assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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(See Forth, Henry W., as- 
(See Schorger, A. W., and 



Burgess Battery Company, 
signor.) 

Burgess Cellulose Company. 
Ferguson, assignors.) 

Burgess, Charles 1''., Bokeelia, Fla., assignoi-, by mesne 
assignments, to Burgess Battery Company, Chicago, 111. 
Battery. 2,185,829 ; Jan. 2. 

Burgess, Charles F.. Bokeelia, Fla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Burgess Battery Company, Chicago, 
HI. Sound absorbing construction. 2,219,440 ; Oct. 
29. 

Burgess, Ernest A., Los Angeles, Calif. Water motor. 
2,203,813; June 11. 

Burgess, James Q., Hartford, Conn. Locking device. 
2,222,399 : Nov. 19. 

Burgess, Morel D., Lambert, Mont. Flashlight. 
2,198,525 ; Apr. 23. 

Burgess, Richard, (See Wallace, C. R., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Richard H., San Antonio, Tex. Deicfng mech- 
anism. 2,201,155 ; May 21. 

Burgess, Richard H., San Antonio, Tex. De-icing mech- 
anism. 2,214,919 ; Sept. 17. 

Burgess, Robert O.. Washington, D. C, assignor to Keuffel 
& Esser Company, Hoboken, N. J. Attachment for 
lettering scribers. 2,213.120 ; Aug. 27. 

Burgess, William S., Wiscasset, Maine, assignor to Alu- 
minum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. High 
speed displacement type hull. 2,185,430 ; Jan. 2. 

Burgess, William S., Wiscasset, Maine, assignor to Alu- 
minum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. High 
speed displacement type hull. 2,185,431 : Jan. 2. 

Burgett, Lynn S., Euclid, assignor to The Clark Control- 
ler Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Connector for the liq- 
uid cooling and electric systems of welding apparatus. 
2,220,990; Nov. 12. 

Burghauser, Franz, Nuremberg, Germany. Pump or 
motor. 2,188,702 ; Jan. 30. 

Burgholz, Rudolf, Herten, Westphalia, assignor to 
Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie 
m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Superheterodyne receiver. 
2,203,487 ; June 4. 

Bilrgin, Eugen, assignor to Max Brunner & Co., SchafC- 
hausen, Switzerland. Decaffeinating coffee. 2,198,859 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Burgin, George A., Mount Vernon, HI. Fishing tackle. 
2,224,471 ; Dec. 10. 

Burgin, James. (See Groll, H. P. A. and Burgin.) 

Burian, Henry, Smithtown Branch, assignor of one-half 
to M. Fuhringer, Richmond Hill, Long Island, N. Y. 
Sadiron lifting means. 2,224,896 ; Dec. 17. 

Burish, Peter J., Milton, Oreg. Tensioning band saws. 
2,209,674 ; July 30. 

Burk. Robert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Shield for radiators. 
2,206,220; July 2. 

Burk, Robert B., assignor to The Standard Oil Company 
(Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio. Hydrocarbon synthesis. 
2,197,257 ; Apr. 16. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for selective coating of 
articles. 2,197,742 ; Apr. 16. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricant preparation. 2,201,607 ; 
May 21. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Treatment of sulphur-containing dis- 
tillates. 2,201,883 ; May 21. 

Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Catalyst regeneration. 2,226,548 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Burk, Robert E., and H. P. Lankelma, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Production of 
alcohols from olefins. 2,196,177 ; Apr. 9. 

Burk, Robert E., and C. PI. Whitacre, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacture 
of improved asphalt. 2,200,914 ; May 14. 

Burk, Robert E., and H. P. Lankelma, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Color stabi- 
lization of petroleum distillates. 2,207,430 ; July 9. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, assignors to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dewaxing 
oils. 2,225,546 ; Dec. 17. 

Burka, Samuel M., Dayton, Ohio, and C. J. Crane, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. Sextant. 2,220,884 ; Nov. 12. 

Burkardt. Anton, New York, N. Y. Decorticating machine. 
2,222,793 ; Nov. 26. 

Burkart, Frederick J., assignor to Ditto, Incorporated. 
Chicago, 111. Master sheet assembly. 2,216,585 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Burkart, Rudolph G., Hillside, assignor to A. Wilson, 
North Plainfield, N. J. Vaporizer. 2,215,387 ; Sept. 17. 

Burke, Alberta H. (See de Pinetti, Giuseppe, assignor.) 

Burke, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Lamp shade and cover 
for lamp shade frames. 2,224,950 ; Dec. 17. 

Burke, Edmund P. (See Miller, Edwin W., assignor.) 

Burke. Ethelyn M., Fond du Lac, Wis. Latch and lock 
mechanism for lockers, etc. 2,188,703 ; Jan. 30. 

Burke & James, Inc. (See Worlatschek, John, assignor.) 

Burke, James P. (See Clements, James H., assignor.) 

Burke, James P., Knoxville, Tenn. Spring. 2,217,941 ; 

Oct. 15. 
Burke. James P.. Knoxville, Tenn., assignor of one-half 
to F. L. McLaughlin, Detroit, Mich. Fuel Injection 
head. 2,199,739 ; May 7. 



Burke, James P., assignor to B. L. Quarnstrom and F. L. 
McLaughlin, Detroit, Mich. Nut and forming same. 
2,206,740; July 2. 

Burke, Lawrence J., Chicago, 111. Oil change reminder 
unit. 2,213,666; Sept. 3. 

Burke, Paul, South Glens Falls, and J. E. Blosser, Glens 
Falls, N. Y., assignors to International Tissue Corp. 
Wrapping machine. 2,224,098 ; Dec. 3. 

Burlje, Ralph J. (See Crilly, W. P., and Burke.) 

Burke, Richard J., Altadena, Calif. Pneumatically sup- 
ported miniature aircraft. 2,198,509 ; Apr. 23. 

Burke, Thomas F. (See Anderson, A., and Burke.) 

Burke, William H., Superior, Wis., assignor of one-half to 
R. C. Ware, Minneapolis, Minn. Producing imitation 
tree bark. 2,218,740; Oct. 22. 

Burke, William J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Organic sulphur com- 
pounds. 2,212,150 ; Aug. 20. 

Burkey Company, The. (See Burklin, Adolf J., as- 
signor.) 

Burkhardt, Anton F., New York, N. Y. Decorticating 
machine. 2,197,683 ; Apr. 16. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Berlin-Lichterfelde, assignor to Georg 
Von Giesche's Erben, Breslau, Germany. Casting zinc 
alloy. 2,189,054; Feb. 0. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Berlin-Lichterfelde, and E. Knabe, 
Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignors to Georg Von Giesche's 
Erben, Breslau, Germany. Magnesium alloy of high 
strength. 2,204,567 ; June 18. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Berlin-Lichterfelde, and R. Knabe, 
Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignors to Georg Von Giesche's 
Erben, Breslau, Germany. Magnesium alloy. 2,204,568 ; 
June 18. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Berlin-Lichterfelde, and R. Knabe, 
Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignors to Georg Von Giesche's 
Erben, Breslau, Germany. Magnesium alloy. 2.226.549 : 
Dec. 31. 

Burkhardt, Arthur, Berlin-Lichterfelde, and R. Knabe, 
Berlin-Zehlendorf, assignors to Georg Von Giesche's 
Erben, Breslau, Germany. Magnesium alloy. 2,226,550 ; 
Dec. 31. 

Burkhardt, Chandos, Canton, assignor to The Hoover 
Company, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2,225,621 ; Dec. 24. 

Burkhardt, Company, Tiie. (See Russell, Alfred R., as- 
signor.) 

Burkhardt, Otto M., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Seal construction. 2,200,151 ; May 7. 

Burkhardt, Otto M., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanical clearance regulator. 
2,200,152 ; May 7. 

Burkhardt, Otto M., assignor to Thompson Products, 
Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Mechanical clearance regu- 
lator. 2,222,138; Nov. 19. 

Burkhardt, Otto W., Bayreuth, Germany. Dressing of 
individual blocks of stone. 2,187,299 ; Jan. 16. 

Buikliardt, Richard, assignor of one-half to R. F. Maurer, 
Elkhart Lake, Wis. Cleaning ring for wheels. 
2,221,756 : Nov. 19. 

Burkhardt, Wilhelm. (See Berghaus, B., and Burkhardt, 
assignors.) 

Burkhart, Oliver M., East Moline, 111. Compartment 
shelf and divider. 2,215,208 ; Sept. 17. 

Burkhart, William G.. Detroit, Midi. Electric measur- 
ing apparatus. 2,218,697 ; Oct. 22. 

Burkholder, Alden H. (See Kline, H. B., Knebusch, and 
Burkholder.) 

Burkholder, Alden H. (See Knebusch, W. F., and Burlc- 
holder.) 

Burkholder, Alden H., assignor to Industrial Rayon Cor- 
poration, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for drying or 
otherwise treating thread or the like. 2,189,195 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Burkholder, Alden H., assignor to Industrial Rayon Cor- 
poration, Cleveland, Ohio. Thread inspection appa- 
ratus. 2,206,833 ; July 2. 

Burkholder, Alden H., assignor to Industrial Rayon Cor- 
poration, Cleveland, Ohio. Waste collection apparatus. 
2,206,834 ; July 2. 

Burkinshaw, Sidney D., Brocksburg, Nebr. Tooth brush. 
2,186,520 ; Jan. 9. 

Burklin, Adolf J., assignor to The Burka.y Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Water heater and control. 2,215,520: 
Sept. 24. 

Burks, John E. (See Fleischer, M., and Burks.) 

Burleigh, Arthur C, Wellesley, Mass. Backing pad for 
sanding or polishing machines. 2.217,791 ; Oct. 1.5. 

Burley, Matthew, assignor to H. O. and M. L. Shaw, 
Miami, Fla. Actuating mechanism for vehicle park- 
ing meters. 2,223,843 ; Dec. 3. 

Burling, Herbert S., South Orange, N. J. Temperature 
controlling means. 2,210,526 ; Aug. 6. 

Burman, Axel S., Huddinge, Sweden. Producing alu- 
minum oxide from aluminiferous raw materials. 
2.189,376 ; Feb. 6. 

Burman, Axel S., Huddinge, Sweden. ProduciiiLC pure 
alumina. 2,217,099 ; Oct. 8. 

Burman, William J. (See Hatch, J. W., and Burman.) 

Burmeister, Frederick M. (See Dow, D. M., Burmeister. 
and Heckler.) 

Burmeister, Hermann, Berlin-Spandau, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric circuit inter- 
rupter. 2,188,806 ; Jan. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1940 



Burmeister, Hermann, Berlin-Spandau, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Manufacture of a lignin- 
containing press mass. 2,192,030 ; Feb. 27. 

Burn, James L., Nlota, Tenn. Zipper anltlet. 2,193,056 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Burndy Engineering Co. Inc. (See Lee, Marvin, as- 
signor. ) 

Burndy Engineering Co. Inc. (See Lee, M., and Rogoff, 
assignors.) 

Burndy Engineering Co. Inc. (See Matthysse, Irving F., 
assignor.) 

Burndy Engineering Co. Inc. (See Rogoff, Julian, as- 
signor. ) 

Burneleit, Willy, Cologne, W. Mieg and F. Wieners, 
Opladen, Germany, assignors to General Aniline Worljs, 
Inc., New York, 5f. Y. Effecting carbazole ring forma- 
tion of compounds of the anthraquinone series. 
2,187,815 ; Jan. 23. 

Burnell Machine Company. (See Hausman, Walter J., 
assignor. ) 

Burnelli Aircraft Corporation. (See Burnelli, Vincent J., 
assignor.) 

Burnelli, Vincent J., Keyport, N. J., assignor to Burnelli 
Aircraft Corporation. All-wing airplane. 2,224,641 ; 
Dec. 10. 

Burner, Bingham, Arlington, Va. Control for transmis- 
sions. 2,208,301 ; July 16. 

Burnett, Alexander, assignor to Industrial Patents Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Clutch mechanism. 2,201,715 ; 
May 21. 

Burnett, Alexander H. (See Munn, J., and Burnett.) 

Burnett, Carlos E., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High impedance attenuator. 
2,200,055 ; May 7. 

Burnett, Gordon G., San Leandro, Calif. Tripod adapter 
for panoramic photography. 2,214,192 ; Sept. 10. 

Burnett, Richard W., Chicago, 111. Hand brake. 
2,225,427; Dec. 17. 

Burnett, Robert E. (See Nordlander, B. W., and Burnett.) 

Burnett, Robert E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Resinous composition, making 
the same, and article produced therefrom. 2,221,440 ; 
Nov. 12. 

Burnette, John K., Jacksonville, Fla. Dispenser for 
cleansing tissues. 2,223.094 ; Nov. 26. 

Burnham, Harry S., Schenectady, assignor to American 
Locomotive Company, New York, N. Y. Locomotive 
crosshead structure. 2,195,376 ; Mar. 26. 

Burnham, Harry S., Schenectady, assignor to American 
Locomotive Company, New York, N. Y. Locomotive 
cross head structure. 2,209,322 ; July 16. 

Burnham, Henry S., Clinton, Mo. Chick box. 2,190,399 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Burnham, John, assignor to Sprague Specialties Company, 
North Adams, Mass. Electrical condenser. 2,193,710 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Burnham, John, assignor to Sprague Specialties Com- 
pany, North Adams, Mass. Electrolytic device. 
2,193,711 : Mar. 12. 

Burnip, Harold A. (See Chamberlain, J. M. W., and 
Burnip.) 

Burnley, Robert C, Louisville, Ky. Animal trap. 
2,205,970 ; June 25. 

Burns, Bruce. (See Lewis, H. B,, Burns, Elmore, and 
Salsbury.) 

Burns, C. E. (See Williams, Robert A., assignor.) 

Burns, Charles, Thamesville, Ontario, Canada. Self-en- 
ergizing brake. 2,207,431 ; July 9. 

Burns, Cloyd E., assignor to Schick Dry Shaver, Inc., 
Stamford, Conn. Hair receiver. 2.220,597 ; Nov. 5. 

Burns, Earl W., Urichsville, Ohio. Illuminating device 
for handbags. 2,215,320 ; Sept. 17. 

Burns, Erwin. (See Wickersham, Harry P., assignor.) 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, assignor of one-half to H. P. 
Wickersham, Whittier, Calif. Jarring tool. 2,222.646 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Burns. Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc., 
Saginaw, Mich. Cord locking mechanism for Venetian 
blinds. 2,223,403 : Dec. 3. 

Burns, Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc., 
Saginaw, Mich. Venetian blind tilting mechanism. 
2,223,404 ; Dec. 3. 

Burns, James A., executor. (See Nieuwland, J. A., and 
Sowa.) 

Burns, Jay E., trustee. (See Nelson, William J., as- 
signor. ) 

Burns, Joseph E., Syracuse. N. Y. Sharpening device 
for edged implements. 2,222,361 ; Nov. 19. 

Burns. Lawrence H.. Waco. Tex. Invalid appliance for 
beds and cots. 2,187.013; .Tan. 16. 

Burns, Leonard S. (See Wilson, P. D., and Burns.) 

Burns, Leroy H. (See Klein, C. H., and Burns.) 

Burns. Robert H.. Bloomfipld, assignor to The H. A. 
Wilson Company, Newark, N. J. Making contacts. 
2,216.510: Oct. 1. 

Burns, Roy R. (See Booton, L. W., and Burns.) 

Burns, Thomas J., Shelton, Conn. Adjustable form for 
sectional concrete burial vaults. 2.186,097; Jan. 9. 

Burns, Walker, St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Behr-Man- 
ning Corporation, Troy, N. Y. Machine for making 
sandpaper and other abrasives. 2,217,247; Oct. 8. 

Burns. William C, Yamhill, Oreg. Cuboid metatarsal 
support. 2.224.642; Dec. 10. 

Burns. William H., Pirebaugh, Calif. Cotton sampling 
knife. 2,217,100; Oct. 8. 



Burnside, Don G., Bast Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Combined amplifier-rectlfler 
circuits. 2,196,248 ; Apr. 9. 

Burnside, Don G., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Multigrid electron discharge 
tube. 2,214,808; Sept. 17. 

Burnside, Don G., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Voltage doubling signal recti- 
fier circuit. 2,222,759 ; Nov. 26. 

Burnside, James H., 2nd, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Circuit Breakers, Inc., New York, N. Y. (Cartridge 
type circuit breaker. 2,192,222 ; Mar. 5. 

Burnside, James H., 2nd, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Circuit Breakers, Inc., New York, N. Y. Circuit 
breaker. 2,204,528; June 11. 

Buron, Harry A. (See Billings, H. J., Buron, and Petty.) 

Burr, Raymond, South Pasadena, Calif. Oven rack. 
2.189,240; Feb. 6. 

Burr, William G., Pasadena, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pacific Cast Iron Fitting Cio., Los Angeles, 
Calif. Drain. 2,222,807 ; Nov. 26. 

Burrage, Leslie J., Liverpool, Lancashire, assignor to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited, London, England. 
Manufacture of alkali metal cyanide. 2,201,760 ; May 
21. 

Burrell, Harry, Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Ellis-Foster 
Company. Softening waters of temporary hardness. 
2,214,689 ; Sept. 10. 

Burrell, Thomas L. (See Montgomery, J. E., Spellacy, 
and Burrell.) 

Burrill, Charles M., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Receiving system. 2,223,547 ; 
Dec. 3. 

Burrill, Harold G., Baltimore^ assignor to Elk Paper 
Manufacturing Company, Childs, Md. Paper widening 
Machine. 2,217,306 ; Oct. 8. 

Burrill, Walter S. (See Monsaroff, B., and Burrill.) 

Burritt, Fred W. (See Clouthier, George P., assignor.) 

Burrou^s Adding Machine Company. (See Brown, 
Herbert E., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Butler, 
Thomas M., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Fettig, Ar- 
thur J., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See MuUer, Rob- 
ert L., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Pasinski, 
Walter J., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Corporation. (See Bower, 
Raymond G., assignor.) 

Burroughs. Charles F., Maplewood, N. J. Tilting head 
press. 2,197,849 ; Apr. 23. 

Burroughs, Charles P., East Orange, N. J. Injection 
molding apparatus. 2,202,140 ; May 28. 

Burroughs, (Clarence A., San Diego, Calif. Valve for lawn 
sprinklers. 2.224,508 ; Dec. 10. 

Burroughs, George W., Ridgewood, N. Y. Glass cutting 
machine. 2,190,641 ; Feb. 20. 

Burroughs, Kenneth C, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Op- 
tical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Lens grinding ma- 
chine. 2,214,361 ; Sept. 10. 

Burroughs, Samuel G., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Industrial Chemical Corporation. Purification 
of aromatic still residues. 2,209,317 ; July 30. 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (TJ. S. A.), Inc. (See McAvoy, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Page, 
R. C. and Tullar, assignors.) 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Tullar, 
P. E., and Page, assignors.) 

Burroway, Paul M., Phoenix, Ariz. Combination trans- 
lucent building block and house number. 2,205,515 ; 
June 25. 

Burrows, Allen, Brockton, and W. H. Rhindress, Brain- 
tree, Mass. Armature recutting tool. 2,187,874; Jan. 
23. 

Burrows, Archie L., Detroit, and A. E. Henricson, Walnut 
Lake, assignors to Motor Products Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Polishing machine. 2,200,537 ; May 14. 

Burrows, Edwin N., Royal Oak, Mich. Wallpaper mark- 
ing machine. 2,193,548 ; Mar. 12. 

Burrows, Frederick W. (See Jenkins, J. P., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, Godfrey. (See Pawcett, E. W., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and W. E. Lawson, Wood- 
bury. N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric initiator. 

2.185.370 : Jan. 2. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and W. E. Lawson, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Delay composition. 

2.185.371 ; Jan. 2. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Woodbury, N. J., and C. A. Wood- 
bury, Media, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington Del. Collapsible tube method 
of depositing explosive charges. 2,205,081 ; June 18. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, assignors to 
Clark Equipment Company, Battle Creek. Mich. 
Air conditioning means for rail cars. 2,188,496 : 
.Tan. 30. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, 
assignors to Clark Equipment Company, Buchanan, 
Mich. Brake mechanism. 2,221,074 ; Nov. 12. 



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Burrows, Robert J., A. O. Williams, and W. L. Davis, 
Battle Creek, assignors to Clark Equipment Company, 
Buchanan, Mich. Brake meclianism. 2,221,075 ; Nov. 
12. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Clark Equipment 
Company, Buchanan, Mich. Rail car truck. 2,222,602 ; 
Nov. 26. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. 0. Williams, Battle Creek, 
assignors to Clark Equipment Company, Buchanan, 
Mich. Truck axle. 2.222,603 : Nov. 26. 

Burrows, Samuel G., Pittsburgh, and F. W. Corkery, 
Grafton, Pa., assignors to Pennsylvania Industrial 
Chemical Corporation. Purification of still residue. 
2,209,316 ; July 30. 

Burrows, William, assignor to Hanson & Edwards Limit- 
ed, Warrington, England. Tubular wire stranding ma- 
chine. 2,218,278 ; Oct. 15. 

Burrows, AVilliam E., assignor of thirty one-hundredths 
to G. P. White and thirty one-hundredths to J. Kellogg, 
St. Joseph, Mo. Deodorizing apparatus. 2,221,940 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Burson, Harry H., assignor to N. C. Spong, Chicago, 111. 
Clip for wallboards. 2,226,368 ; Dec. 24. 

Burt. Clarence E. (See Baker, R. C. and Burt.) 

Burt, Clarence E. (See Baker, R. C, Burt, and Ragan.) 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Formation testing 
method and apparatus. 2,187,486 ; Jan. 16. 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Bridge plug. 
2,187.487 ; Jan. 16. 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well cementing 
mechanism. 2,189,702 ; Feb. 6. 

Burt, Clarence E.. Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well cementing 
apparatus. 2.196,656 ; Apr. 9. 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools. Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well cementing 
apparatus. 2,196,657 ; Apr. 9. 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park. Calif. Cementing, wash- 
ing, and acidizing retainer for oil wells. 2,196,658 ; 
Apr. 9 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Well cementing 
device. 2,204,658 ; June 18. 

Burt, Clarence E., Los Angeles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, Calif. Slip for oil well 
tools. 2,204,659 ; June 18. 

Burt, Clarence E., and E. Graham, Jr., Los Angeles, as- 
signors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Production packer and liner hanger. 2,189,701 ; 
Feb. 6. 

Burt, Clarence E., and E. Graham, Jr., Los Angeles, as- 
signors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington Park, 
Calif. Well production apparatus. 2,189,703 ; Feb. 6. 

Burt, F. N., Company. (See Dreux, A. H., and Royal, 
assignors.) 

Burt, F. N., Company. (See Mason, Scott B., assignor.) 

Burt, Fred C, New Hudson, Mich. Floor heater. 
2,195,691 ; Apr. 2. 

Burt, Harold A., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Slug casting machine. 
2,195,143; Mar. 26. 

Burt, Harry M., Cranston, R. I., assignor to L. Karaslk, 
New York, N. Y. Memorandum device. 2,189,625 : 
Feb. 6. 

Burt, Joseph H., Hermann, Mo. Cable tool. 2,205,238 ; 
June 18. 

Burt, Leo O., assignor to The Studebaker Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Transmission and gear shift mech- 
anism therefor. 2,185,830: Jan. 2. 

Burt, Leo O., assignor to The Studebaker Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Transmission. 2,217,728 ; Oct. 15. 

Burt Machine Company. (See Neer, Clifford H., as- 
signor.) 

Burt Machine Company, The. (See WMld, C. H., and Neer, 
assignors.) 

Burt, Robert C. (See Garstka, W. V., and Burt.) 

Burt, Robert V., assignor to The Procter & Gamble Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. Ohio. Continuous mixing of viscous 
materials. 2,203.980 ; June 11. 

Burtenshaw, George H., Taumarunui, New Zealand. Den- 
ture demonstrating apparatus. 2,203.891 ; June 11. 

Burtis, William H.. Davis, Calif. Memo paper holder. 
2,211,492 : Aug. 13. 

Burtner, Robert R., Niles Center, assignor to G. D. Searle 
& Co., Chicago, 111. Antiseptic. 2.206,804 : July 2. 

Burtner, Robert R., Niles Center, assignor to G. D. Searle 
& Co.. Chicago, HI. Antiseptic. 2,206,805 ; July 2. 

Burtnett. Edith G. (See Burtnett, Everett R., assignor.) 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to Automotive Improve- 
ment Patents Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Trans- 
mission mechanism. 2.185.538: Jan. 2. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to Automotive Improve- 
ment Patents Corporation. Los Angeles, Calif. Trans- 
mitting mechanism. 2,193.267 ; Mar. 12. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor of one-half ro E. G. Burt- 
nett. Los Angeles. Calif. Transmission mechanism. 
2.197.53fi : Apr 16. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor of one-half to E. G. Burt- 
nett, Los Aneeles, Calif. Power transmitting mecha- 
nism. 2,209,385 ; July 30. 



Burton, Albert A. (See Burton, Harry H., A. A., and 
E. V.) 

Burton, Alvin A., Albany, assignor to Standard Oil Com- 
pany of California, San Francisco, Calif. Method and 
composition for improving diesel fuel ignition. 
2,200,260 ; May 14. 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Gartz, George W., as- 
signor. ) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Wesley, Arthur, as- 
signor. ) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Wesley, A., and Sieger, 
assignors.) 

Burton, Ernest V. (See Burton, Harry H., A. A., and 
E. V.) 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical contact protection. 2,207,969 ; July 16. 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, and A. M. Curtis, South 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Nonsparking electro- 
magnetic signaling and switching device. 2,199,909 ; 
May 7. 

Burton, George F., Milton, assignor to Pneumatic Scale 
Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. Carton lining 
machine. 2,216,586; Oct. 1. 

Burton, George H., Arlington, N. J. Line supporting 
device and installation. 2,188,032 ; Jan. 23. 

Burton, Harry H., Worcester, Mass., and A. A. and E. V. 
Burton, Willimantic, Conn. Knockdown ski. 

2,224,897 ; Dec. 17. 

Burton, Isaac L. (See Thaxton, George O., assignor.) 

Burton, John, Birmingham, England. Scaffolding clamp. 
2,194,883; Mar. 26. 

Burton, Ralph J. (See Ryan, William J., assignor.) 

Burton, Robert B. (See Rossman, E. F., Fuchs, and 
Burton.) 

Burton, Walter E., Akron, Ohio. Magnetic holding means. 
2.209,809 ; July 30. 

Burwell, Lester T., Maplewood, N. J. Track construc- 
tion. 2,212,657 ; Aug. 27. 

Burwell, Mary E., Denver, Colo. Knockdown garment- 
drying form. 2,213,975 ; Sept. 10. 

Burwell, Maurel G., C^olumbus, Ohio. Conduit cleaning 
mechanism. 2,219,555 ; Oct. 29. 

Busby, Albert E. (See Deans, C. F.. and Busbv.) 

Busby, Edward B., trustee. (See Beebe, John D.) 

Busby, Edward B., trustee. (See Beebe, Watson, as- 
signor.) 

Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,192,025 ; Feb. 27. 

Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, and W. H. Matthies, Hacken- 
sack, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Telephone meter control 
system. 2,208,357 ; July 16. 

Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, and E. L. Erwin, Towaco, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 
2,224,251 ; Dee. 10. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake beam. 
2,193,580; Mar. 12. 

Busch, Charles R., Orange, N. J., assignor to Buffalo 
Brake Beam Company, New York, N. Y. Brake beam 
and head therefor. 2,226,704 ; Dec. 31. 

Busch. Dorothy T., et al. (See Kuzmann, Alexander J., 
assignor.) 

Busch, Emil, Aktien-Gesellschaft, Optische-Industrie. 
(See GraflE, Theobald, assignor.) 

Busch, Vern W., Rushton, Mich. Television apparatus. 
2,224,287 ; Dec. 10. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, (Germany. 
Ultra short wave antenna. 2,193.859 : Mar. 19. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, (Germany. 
Measuring power on high-frequency energy lines. 
2,205,873 ; June 25. 

Buschbeck. Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Arrangement for matching a high frequency radiator 
to a transmission line. 2,205,874 ; June 25. 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Oscillation generator. 2,206,388 ; July 2. 

Buschbeck. Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Antenna for broad frequency bands. 2,218,741 ; Oct 22 

Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Neutralization circuit for short wave transmitters. 
2.226.694 : Dec. 31. 

Buschbeck, Werner, and H. J. R. von Baeyer, assignors to 
Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. 
b. H., Berlin, Germany. Antenna transformer. 
2,187,014; Jan. 16. 

Buschbeck, Werner, and H. J. R. von Baeyer, assignors 
to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie 
m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Short wave tuning. 
2,222,169 ; Nov. 19. 

Busche, John C, Highland Park, Mich. Tumbler lock. 
2.212,262 ; Aug. 20. 

Buschi, Feliciano, assignor to Unique Fountain Pen Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Fountain pen. 2,199,126; 
Apr. 30. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1940 



Busclimann, Eugen, Chemnitz, assignor to Wanderer- 
Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Siegmar-Schonau, Germany. 
Escapement mechanism for tlie carriage of a type- 
writer. 2,212,435 ; Aug. 20. 

Buschow, Adolph, N'ew York, N. Y. Stencil device. 
2,197,067 ; Apr. 16. 

Buser, John A., assignor to Lebanon Paper Box Company, 
Lebanon. Pa. Shipping carton. 2,221,368 ; Nov. 12. 

Buser, Joseph S., Toronto, Ohio. Determining the coat- 
ing vs^eiglit of tin on tin plates. 2,206,026 ; July 2. 

Bush, A. G. (See Criner, Harry J., assignor.) 

Bush, Althea M. (See Bush, Edward Marshall, assignor.) 

Bush, Arthur G., Davenport, Iowa. Water clarifier for 
automobiles. 2,191,440 ; Feb. 27. 

Bush, Charley, Akron, Ohio. Printing plate cooler. 
2,218,417 ; Oct. 15. 

Bush, Earl, Fern, Wis. Differential. 2,200,153 ; May 7. 

Bush, Edward M., assignor of one-half to A. M. Bush, 
Rossville, 111. Cup. 2,222,741 ; Nov. 26. 

Bush, Eugene S., assignor to Bush Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Calculating machine. 2,195,267 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Bush, Everett M., South Nyack, N. Y. Vise mounting. 
2.197,850 ; Apr. 23. 

Bush Manufacturing Company, The. (See Bappler, 
Charles T., assignor.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company. (See Bush, Eugene S., 
assignor.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hatch, James 
W., assignor.) 

Bush Manufacturing Company, The. (See Kromas, Harry 
C., assignor.) 

Bush, Ralph G. (See Kenner, W. T., Sr. Bush, and Strain.) 

Bush, Rankin J., Jeanette, assignor to The Westinghouse 
Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake mecha- 
nism. 2,215,346; Sept. 17. 

Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, and W. H. Glass, Pittsburgh, 
assignors to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, 
Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid compressor construction. 
2,187,931 ; Jan. 23. 

Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, and W. H. Glass, Pittsburgh, 
assignors to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wil- 
merding, Pa. Brake mechanism. 2,218,600 ; Oct. 22. 

Bush, Robert R., assignor to Lima Locomotive Works, In- 
corporated, Lima, Ohio. Adjustable valve gear for 
steam engines. 2,203,379 ; June 4. 

Bush, Stanley A., East Jordan, assignor to G. C. Willcox, 
Saginaw, Mich. Supplying drinking water to fowls 
and the like. 2,205,342 ; June 18. 

Bush, Theodore R., et al. (See Sheppard, William L., 
assignor.) 

Bush, Theodore R., Royal Oak, Mich., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Press ironer. 
2,213,689; Sept. 3. 

Bush, Theodore R., Royal Oak, and S. E. Bickle, High- 
land Park, assignors to Borg-Warner Corporation. 
Ironing apparatus. 2,219,679 ; Oct. 29. 

Bush, William A., Blue Island, 111. Clothesline bracket. 
2.206,345 : July 2. 

Bushey, Edward L., assignor to J. A. Scheminger, Olean, 
N. y. Signaling device. 2,195,692 ; Apr. 2. 

Bushman, Otto G., Salt Lake City, Utah. Ink feed moans 
for printing presses. 2,188,219 ; Jan. 23. 

Bushnell, Charles S. (See Reichard, W. H., and Bush- 
nell.) 

Bushnell, James E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Blnw-Knox 
Company, Blawnox, Pa. Recording apparatus. 
2,202,547 ; May 28. 

Bushong, Tolbert C, Waveland, Ind. Agricultural ma- 
chine. 2,204,569 ; June 18. 

Bushway, George H., Amesbury, assignor to Electricooker, 
Inc., Newburyport, Mass. Electric circuit. 2,189,856 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Busignies, Henri G., Paris, France, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Radio direction finder. 2,208,209 ; July 16. 

Busignies, Henri G., Paris, France, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Radio directing and direction finding system. 2,208,921 ; 
July 23. 

Busignies, Henri G., Paris, France, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Radio beacon system. 2,210,651 ; Aug. 6. 

Busignies, Henri G.. Paris, France, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Antenna mounting arrangement. 2.215,778 ; Sept. 24. 

Buske, Alfred, Berlin-Siemensstadt, Germany. Journal 
bearing, 2,213.302; Sept. 3. 

Buskirk, Joseph H., assignor to Brown Rubber Company, 
Inc., La Fayette, Ind. Chemical sponge rubber process. 
2.216,834; Oct. 8. 

Buslaff, Roland. (See Engels, H. L., and Buslaff.) 

Bussard, Emmery J. H., assignor to The Crosley Corpora- 
tion. Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for improving the tone 
qualities of loudspeakers. 2,198,243 ; Apr. 23. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company. Chicago, 111. Brake beam support chair. 
2,196.249 : Apr. 9. 

Busse, Edwin G.. assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway truck structure. 
2.197.785 ; Apr. 23. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway brake gear support. 
2,210,338; Oct. 1. 



Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Railway truck structure. 
2,226,551 ; Dec. 31. 

Busse, Ernst, Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Cathode ray apparatus. 2,188,647 ; 
Jan. 30. 

Busse, Ferdinand, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for numbering or marking 
light-sensitive photographic papers. 2,205,516 ; June 25. 

Busse, Ferdinand, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the making of contact 
copies of films. 2,205,615 ; June 25. 

Busse, Ferdinand, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for compensating for in- 
correct reproduction of color in color photographs. 
2,213,382 ; Sept. 3. 

Busse, Ferdinand, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Control device for a printing light. 
2,220,207: Nov. 5. 

Busse, Warren F., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Extreme pres- 
sure lubricant. 2,201,258 ; May 21. 

Busse, Warren F., Akron, and E. N. Cunningham, 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignors, to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Softened rubber. 
2,206,448 ; July 2. 

Busselmeier, Rudolf, Berlin, assignor to Bayerische Flug- 
zeugwerke A. G., Augsburg, Germany. Deflection-pre- 
venting arrangement in airplanes. 2,187.446 : Jan. 16. 

Bussert, Frank R., Chicago, 111. Putty knife. 2,193,390 ; 
Mar. 12. 

Bussey, Ernest, Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Sta-Rite 
Corporation. Metallic shingle. 2,202,830 ; June 4. 

Bussey, William V., Greenville, S. C. Collapsible table. 
2,191,007 ; Feb. 20. 

Bussiere, Frank H., assignor of one-half to Mayo Woolen 
Mills, Inc., Millbury, Mass. Blechanism for making 
irregular yarn. 2,189,938 ; Feb. 13. 

Biissing-Nag Vereinigte Nutzkraftwagen Aktiengesell- 
schaft. (See Zahren, Franz, assignor.) 

Bussmann, Aloj'sius B., St. Louis, Mo. Electric fuse and 
fuse holder. 2,209,048 ; July 23. 

Butchart, Trevor H., Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. 
Stay for doors of motor vehicles and the like. 
2,187,553 ; Jan. 16. 

Butcher, Antis M., assignor to Happy Belting Company, 
Tulsa, Okla. Counterbalancing crank for pumping 
units. 2,213;646; Sept. 3. 

Butement, Colin, assignor to Dufay-Chromex Limited, 
London, England. Color photography. 2,197,994 ; 
Apr. 23. 

Butenandt, Adolf, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany, assignor to 
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Production of 
the male sexual hormone. 2,188,881 ; Jan. 30. 

Butenandt, Adolf, Danzig-Langfuhr, Free State, Danzig, 
assignor to Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. 
Reduction products derived from dehydroandrosterone 
and producing the same. 2,189,130 ; Feb. 6. 

Butenandt, Adolf, Berlin-Lichterfelde, Germany, assignor 
to Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. j8,'yunsat- 
urated ketones of the cyclopentano polyhydro phenan- 
threne series and producing the same. 2,224,856 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Butenandt. Adolf, Berlin-Lichterfelde, and F. Hildebrandt, 
Hohen Neuendorf, near Berlin, Germany, assignors to 
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Unsaturated 
derivatives of compounds of the cyclopentano polyhydro 
phenanthrene series and producing the same. 
2,201,121 ; May 14. 

Butera, Joseph, assignor of one-half to "V. J. Lo Bue and 
S. Di Maria, San Jose, Calif. Dust collector. 2,202,372 ; 
May 28. 

Butherus, Frederick R., Enfield, England. Coin-operated 
device. 2,202,897 ; June 4. 

Buti, Giacinto, McKeesport, Pa. Comfort window. 
2,204,923; June 18. 

Butler. Bernard J. (See Nicoll, J. S., Giles, Maruoka, 
Butler, and Countryman.) 

Butler, Charles H., Chicago, 111. Soap holder. 2,194,997 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Butler, Clarence H., assignor to Amalgamated Minerals 
(Corporation. Minneapolis, Minn. Exfoliating vermi- 
culite and similar minerals. 2,187.538; Jan. 16. 

Butler, Daniel L., Rodessa, La. Cathead construction. 
2,218,742 ; Oct. 22. 

Butler. Edgar M., Brooklyn, assignor of fifty one-hun- 
dredths to A. Jordahl, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
automatically tuning radio receivers. 2,191,606 ; 
Feb. 27. 

Butler, Edward A., assignor to Tlie Turbuletics Corpo- 
ration. Buffalo, N. Y. Mill. 2.221,342 ; Nov. 12. 

Butler, Frank D., U. S. Navy. Rotary internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,192,893; Mar. 12. 

Butler, Frank D., United States Navy. Internal combus- 
tion engine charge-forming device. 2,203,669 ; .Tune 11. 

Butler, Frank D., United States Navy. Internal com- 
bustion engine method and apparatus. 2,204,570 ; 
June 18. 

Butler, Frank D., United States Navy. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,206,027 ; July 2. 



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Butler, Frank D., V. S. Navy. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,218,522 ; Oct. 22. 

Butler, Fred., assignor to F. C. McClelland, Chicago, 111. 
Air conditioning apparatus. 2,204,401 ; June 11. 

Butler, Henry R., Verona, N. J., assignor to Wired Radio, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Wired radio television distribu- 
tion system. 2,208,922 ; July 23. 

Butler, Jack K., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to International Register Company, Chicago, 
111. Electric refrigerator. Re. 21,423 : Apr. 16. 

Butler, James, Harrietsville, Ontario, Canada. Brake 
mechanism. 2,196.520 ; Apr. 9. 

Butler, John B., M'est Newton, Mass. Bending jig. 
2,212,415 ; Aug. 20. 

Buller, John W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Control system for and meth- 
od of controlling synchronous machines. 2,207,578 ; 
July 9. 

Butler. Joseph H., Tyler, assignor of one-half to D. R. 
Boisseau, San Antonio, Tex. Pump valve. 2,220,392 ; 
Nov. 5. 

Butler, Kenneth M. (See Judge, W. M., and Butler.) 

Butler, Leo G. (See Heller, H. S., and Butler.) 

Butler, Leonard F. G.. and W. Cordiner, assignors to The 
Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, Bristol, England. 
Fluid transmission joint. 2,225,547 ; Dec. 17. 

Butler, Louis, Inglewood, New Zealand. Hay sweep at- 
tachment to motor vehicles and the like. 2,214,073 ; 
Sept. 10. 

Butler Manufacturing Company. (See Bradley, R. A., 
and George, assignors.) 

Butler, Robert W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Specialties Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Combined latch and dovetail structure. 
2,187,530; Jan. 16. 

Butler, Robert W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Specialties Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Combined latch and dovetail structure. 
2,187,531 ; Jan. 16. 

Butler, Thomas M., assignor to Burroughs Adding Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Calculating machine. 
2.221,861 : Nov. 19. 

Butler-Weiland Corporation, The. (See Weiland, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Butler, William L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,210,793 ; Aug. 6. 

Butman, Helen L., Portage Township, Kalamazoo County, 
Mich. Pastry or dough rolling apparatus. 2,205,842 ; 
June 25. 

Butman, Joseph S. (See Bernis, Julius, assignor.) 

Butt, Ernest E. W., London, England. Power unit for 
motorcycles. 2,192,867 ; Mar. 5. 

Butter, Karl, Rostock, assignor to E. Heinkel, Warnemund, 
Germany. Riveting machine. 2,215,388 ; Sept. 17. 

Butterfield, Charles, Wyoming, assignor to The Globe- 
Wernicke Company, Norwood, Ohio. Fanfold machine. 
2,202,244 ; May 28. 

Butterfield, Vernon J., assignor to Tropic-Aire, Incor- 
porated, Minneapolis, Minn. Automobile heater and 
defroster. 2,188,388 ; Jan. 30. 

Butterfield, Wendell. (See Lane, G. T., and Butterfield.) 

Buttermann, Garry G., Louisville, Ky. Self-closing box 
for shipping c^id dispensing ice-cream cones. 2,185,328 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Buttermann, Garry G., Louisville, Ky. Tappet-lock for 
cone boxes in a cone-baking machine. 2,200,056 ; May 7. 

Butterworth, Ernest, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Treat- 
ment of textiles. 2,202,331 ; May 28. 

Butterworth, Ernest, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, 
assignor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Bleaching of textile.s. 2,202,332 ; May 28. 

Butterworth, Ernest, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and 
B. P. Ridge, Grappenhall, England, assignors to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Bleaching linen 
and like bast fiber material. 2,202,333 ; May 28. 

Butterworth, Ernest, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and 
B. P. Ridge, Grappenhall, England, assignors to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Treatment of tex- 
tiles. 2,202.334 ; May 28. 

Butterworth, Ernest, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and 
J. A. M. W. Mitchell, Runcorn, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Treatment of 
textiles. 2,202,335 ; May 28. 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Butterworth, 
Harry W., Jr.) 

Butterworth, Harry W.. Jr., assignor to H. W. Butter- 
worth & Sons Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dyeing 
spindle. 2,220,780 ; Nov. 5. 

Butterworth, Theron H., Syracuse, N. Y., and W. A. Som- 
mer. Fond du Lac, Wis., assignors to The Borden Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. JIaking a cheese-like product. 
2.224,720 ; Dec. 10. 

Butterworth, Willoughby H., assignor to The Exhibit 
Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Game apparatus. 
2,192,608 ; Mar. 5. 

Buttikofer, John W.. New Rochelle, N. Y. Adjustable 
body support. 2,211,453 ; Aug. 13. 

Biittinghaus, Alfred. (See Reitz, H., Hengler, and 
Biittinghaus.) 

Buttle, Walter E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The New Y'ork Trust Company. Fuel 
injection pump. 2,221,179 ; Nov. 12. 



(See Stott, Frank, assignor.) 
(See Buttress, George A., as- 



Board Com- 
2,219,806 ; 



Curve scrib- 



pressure re- 



and Butzin.) 
Cooler. 2,185,539 ; 

Manufacturing flexi- 



Biittner, Artur, assignor to Schnellpressenfabrik Aktien- 
gesellschaft Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany. Auto- 
matic sheet feeding and delivery device for cylinder 
printing presses. 2,192,068 ; Feb. 27. 

Bilttner, Artur, assignor to Schnellpressenfabrik Ak- 
tiengesellschaft Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany. De- 
vice for spraying printed sheets. 2,215,389 ; Sept. 17. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, assignor to The Bastian- 
Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. Cylinder valve. 2,194,541 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, assignor to The Bastian- 
Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. Excess flow and shut-off 
valve. 2,217,330; Oct. 

Buttoudex Corporation. 

Buttress Board Company, 
signer.) 

Buttress, George A., assignor to Buttress Board Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Fabricating lath. 2,219,805 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Buttress, George A., assignor to Buttress 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Hollow rib lath. 
Oct. 29. 

Buttress, Joseph A., South Pasadena, Calif, 
er. 2,217,998; Oct. 15. 

Butts, Algernon E., Houston, Tex. Water 
ducer. 2,194,884 ; Mar. 26. 

Butts, John H. (See Spriggs, E. L., and Butts.) 

Butz, John G., Drexel Hill, Pa. Refining a low boiling 
hydrocarbon distillate. 2,222,400 ; Nov. 19. 

Butz, Karl, Chemnitz, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Hyalsol Corporation, Wil- 
mington, Del. Washing and cleansing agent and mak- 
ing same. 2,190,769 ; Feb. 20. 

Butzin, Paul E. (See Tautz. H. E., 

Buvinger, Roy E., Dayton, Ohio. 
Jan. 2. 

Bux, Julius R., Melrose Park, Pa. 
ble stays. 2,190,469 ; Feb. 13. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Dyestuflfs of the acid 
wool class. 2,204,748; June 18. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira Heights, N. Y., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Two- 
stage engine starter control. 2,213,158 ; Aug. 27. 

Buxton, Paul H., Alton, assignor to Western Cartridge 
Company, Bast Alton, 111. Ammunition. 2,193,245; 
Mar. 12. 

Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, Mass. Flexible pocket 
receptacle. 2,219,807 ; Oct. 29. 

Buzzard, Robert W., Kensington, Md. Treating electrolytic 
coatings on magnesium and its alloys. 2,203,670 ; June 

Buzzard, Robert W., Kensington, Md. Anodic treatment of 
magnesium. 2,206,028 ; July 2. 

Bychinsky, Wilfred A. (See Rabezzana, H., and Bychin- 
sky.) 

Bychinsky, Wilfred A., Ann Arbor, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition system. 
2,222,498 ; Nov. 19. 

Byck, Harold T. (See Freeland, J. W., and Byck.) 

Byck, Harold T., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Removal of 
mud sheaths. 2,217,857 ; Oct. 15. 

Byck, Harold T., Berkeley, J. W. Freeland, San Francisco, 
and H. C. Lawton, Berkeley, assignors to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Treating oil and 
gas wells. 2,211,688 ; Aug. 13. 

Bye, Albert K., Pasadena, Calif. Article support. 
2,220,991 ; Nov. 12. 

Byer, Gertrude E. (See Parsons, R. V., and Wilcox, as- 
signors.) 

Byerlein, Erie J., Progreso, Tex. Briquetting machine 
tamping device. 2,206,000 ; June 25. 

Byerman, Forest H., Springfield, Ohio. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,226,333 ; Dec. 24. 

Byers, Harry M., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Phelps 
Dodge Copper Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Spool. 2,190,013 ; Feb. 13. 

Byer.s. John R., Jr. (See Dickey. J. B.. and Bveis.) 

Byington, Henry A., Adel, Ga. Portable concrete step. 
2.218.523; Oct. 22. 

Byk-Guldenwerke Chemiseho Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft. 
(See Hoffmann, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Byk-Guldenwerke Cheraische Fabrik A.-G. (See Hoff- 
mann, F., and Marquardt. assignors.) 

Byland, Hans, assignor to Sulzer Frferes, Society Anonyme, 
Winterthur, Switzerland. Air conditioning system. 
2,190,822; Feb. 20. 

Bylander, Erland C, Sundbyberg, assignor to Telefonak- 
tiebolaget L. M. Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Self- 
carrying cable. 2,220,393 ; Nov. 5. 

Bvlund. Eric. (See Jepson, I., and Bvlund.) 

Byrd, Roy C, Bluncie, Ind. Golf device. 2,222,499 ; 
Nov. 19. 

Byrkit, Gordon D. (See Lincoln, B. H., and Byrkit.) 

Byrldt, Gordon D. (See Lincoln B. H., Steiner, and 
Byrkit.) 

Byrkit, Rollin J., Jr., Hattiesburg Miss., assignor to 
Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Hydro- 
genation process. Re. 21,448 ; May 14. 

Byrne, James P., Jr., Woodstock, assignor of one-half to 
R. J. Dwyer, New York, N. Y. Mower attachment. 
2,202,443 ; May 28. 



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Byrne, John F., assignor to Collins Kadio Company, 
"Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Signal receiving system. 
2,193,801 ; Mar. 19. ^ r, ^ 

Byrne, John F., assignor to Collins Radio Company, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. Voltage regulation system for vacuum 
tube amplifiers. 2,204,571 ; June 18. „ oo^ k^o 

Byrne, Robert E., Oglesby, 111. Music raclJ. 2,225,548 , 
Dec. 17. . , ,. . 1 

Byrnes, Roy S., Hardin, Mont. Machine for digging and 
cleaning ditches. 2,223,479 ; Dec. 3. ^ ^. ^ 

Byrns, Alva C, assignor to Richfield Oil Corporation, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Phenol recovery. 2,209,150; July 23. 

Byrns, Alva C, assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Removing phenols from 
mineral oils. 2,210,542 ; Aug. 6. . 

Byron-Jackson Co. (See Grau, Herbert E^ assignor.) 

-^ - ■ " (See Grau, H. E., and Chesnut, as- 



(See Grau, H. E., and Hertel, as- 

(See Grau, H. E., and Nicolson, as- 

(See Hambly, Allen E., assignor.) 

(See Hertel, Richard K., assignor.) 

(See Hollander, Aladar, assignor.) 

(See Hollander, A., and Mayer, as- 

(See Hoover, Vaino A., assignor.) 
(See Lundeen, Chester A., as- 



Byron Jacljson Co. 

signors.) 
Byron Jacl^son Co. 

signors. ) 
Byron-Jacljson Co. 

signors.) 
Byron Jackson Co. 
Byron, Jackson, Co. 
Byron, Jackson, Co. 
Byron Jackson Co. 

signors.) 
Byron, Jackson, Co. 
Byron Jackson Co. 

signor.) 

Byron-Jackson Co. (See Mayer, Waldemar F., assignor.) 
Byron Jackson Co. (See MuUinix, Gird E., assignor.) 
Byron Jackson Co. (See Tow, James O., assignor.) 
Byron Jackson Co. (See Wilcox, Charles E., assignor ) 
Byrum, Robert L., Middletown, Ohio. Boiler. ^,187,8o0 ; 

Jan. 23. „ ^ . , ^ 

Bystricky, Joseph. (See Thomas, G. F., and Bystricky.) 
Bystricky, Joseph. (See Thomas, G. F., Ross, and By- 

strickv. ) 
By water, William G., assignor to Parke, Davis & Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Barbituric acid compound. 

2,200,538 ; May 14. ^ , . , ^ 

CMC Corporation. (See Moreno, Gabriel G., assignor.) 
C. p. Bailer Company. (See Vesely, Vincent M., as- 

sisnor. ) 
C-O-Two' Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, Scott 

l]j issisHor.) 
C-S' Engineering Company. (See Coffin, Joel S., Jr., 

S-Ssiffnor ) 
C-S Engineering Company. (See Schellens, Christopher 

A., and E. L., assignors.) , „ „ t ., 

C-S Engineering Company. (See Schellens, Eugene L. and 

C. A., assignors.) 
C. S. I. Development Corporation. (See Kolozsy, Louis 

W., assignor.) . ,„ ■„ , t • 

C. S. I. Development Corporation. (See Parker, Louis 

W., assignor.) , ^ ,r ^■. 

C-W-B Development Co. (See Whitehead, C. L., Cheno- 

weth, Irwin, Duval, Huntley, Rule, and Lewis, as- 

Cabell, riiarles A. (See Cherry. O. A., and Cabell.) 

Cable, Hobart M. (See Block, David J., assignor.) 

Cable and Wireless Limited. (See Humby, A. M., Smale, 
and Copper, assignors.) 

Cabot Shops, Inc. (See Swanson, Arthur, assignor.) 

Cabrera, Luis A., Caracas, Venezuela, assignor of one- 
fourth to E. T. Stewart, New York, N. Y. Advertising 
device. 2,186,665 ; Jan. 9. „-,o^o^n 

Caddell, James H., Richmond, Va. Oil gauge. 2,187,300 ; 
Jan. 16. . „ „ 

Cadden, Charles C, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
preparing cord for makin? articles such as pneumatic 
tires, belts, and the lil?e. 2,218,504 ; Oct. 22. 

Caddy, Fred W., assignor of twenty-five and one-half per 
cent to W. R. Spensley and twenty-five and one-half 
per cent to A. G. Anderson, Hibbing, Minn. Piston. 
2.202,754: May 28. . . c --^a 

Cadet, Louis J. A., Le Vesinet, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme dite : Societe d'Etude de Distributeurs Auto- 
matiques S. E. D. A., Paris, Seine, France. Fluid 
metering device. 2,198,759 ; Apr. 30. 

Cadet Louis J. A., Le Vesinet, assignor to Society Ano- 
nvnie dite : SociStS d'Etude de Distributeurs Auto- 
iriatinues S. E. D. A., Paris (Seine), France. Device 
for measuring liquids. 2,200,154; May 7. 

Cadillac Malleable Iron Co. (See Price, Edward T., as- 
signor.) 

Cadman, Harold J., Minneapolis, Minn. Game apparatus. 
2,201,025 ; May 14. 

Cadman, Hubert W., Eltham, London, assignor to Sovex 
Limited, Erith, England. Sorting apparatus. 

2.194.381 : Mar 19. 

Cadwallader, Alvin A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
riarostat Manufacturing Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Resistor. 2,225,030 ; Dec. 17. 

Cadwallader, Edgar M., assignor to Mineral Cutting Ma- 
chine Company, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Mining ap- 
paratus. 2.187,700: Jan. 16. , „ . „ 

Cadwallader, Edgar M., assignor to Mineral Cutting Ma- 
chine Company, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Mining appara- 
tus. 2.194.466: Mar. 26 

Cadwallader, Harry, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Die for mak- 
ing a T-shaped part. 2,201,225 ; May 21. 



Cadwallader, Robert. (See Breer, C, Herreshoff, Clark, 

and Cadwallader.) 
Cadwallader, Robert, Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Motor vehicle body. 
2,225,976 ; Dec. 24. 
Cadwell, Leon L. (See Williams, B. E., and Cadwell.) 

Cady, Charles L., assignor of forty per cent to H. J. 
Yaw, Rockford, 111. Rotary pump. 2,185,992 ; Jan. 2. 

Cady, Curtis L., assignor to R. P. Cady, Hollywood, 
Calif. Apparatus for compacting concrete. 2,185,540 ; 
Jan. 2. 

Cady, George H. (See Muskat, I. E., and Cady.) 

Cady, John E., Indianapolis, lud., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Drying ap- 
paratus. 2,213,303 ; Sept. 3. 

Cady, Robert P. (See Cady, Curtis L., assignor.) 

Cadzow, Robert. (See Myers, L. M., and Cadzow.) 

Caesar, John, assignor to The Lainson Company, Syracuse, 
N. Y. Conveyer. 2,216,685 ; Oct. 1. 

Caestecker, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Rebound device. 
2,226,895 ; Dec. 31. 

Cage, James, Valley Stream, assignor to Reynolds Metals 
Company, New York, N. Y. Book match shipping con- 
tainer. 2,189,055; Feb. 6. 

Cage, John M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Ultra short wave system. 2,190,511 ; 
Feb. 13. 

Cage, John M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electron beam tube. 2,225,330 ; 
Dec. 17. 

Cagnon, Charles. (See Reffelt, H., and Cagnon.) 

Cahall, John, et al. (See Chapman, R. E., and Cahall.) 

Cahn, Frank J. (See Katzman, M. B., and Cahn.) 

C^ahUj Frank J., assignor to The Emulsol Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Derivatives of alpha higher carboxylic 
acids. 2,185,541 ; Jan. 2. 

Calm, Frank J., and M. B. Katzman, assignors to The 
Emulsol Corporation, Chicago, 111. Preparing sulpho- 
carboxylic ester salts. 2,185,455 ; Jan. 2. 

Cahn, Joseph, assignor of one-half to H. Feigenbaum, 
Liege, Belgium. Change speed gear system. 2,198,958 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Cahoon, Edward E., Racine, Wis. Safety handle for con- 
fections. 2,211,197 ; Aug. 13. 

Cahoon, Joseph H., Mill Valley, L. P. Hall, Oakland, and 
V. R. Peterson, Mill Valley, Calif. Revealable image. 
2,210,879 ; Aug. 13. 

Caille, Georges L., Vaujours, France, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Track circuit signaling system for ab- 
solute-permissive working. 2,219,808 ; Oct. 29. 

Cain, Albert H., Roodhouse, 111. Welding torch. 
2,207,655 ; July 9. 

Cain, Basil S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Locomotive vehicle. 2,205,280 ; June 18. 

Cain, Basil S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Heating system. 2,209,221 ; July 23, 

Cain. Basil S., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Receptacle. 2,219,173 ; Oct. 22. 

Cain, Earle S., Glendale, Calif. Desk. 2,223,405 ; Dec. 3. 

Cain, John C, and H. F. Dent, Morgantown, W. Va. 
Gauge equipment. 2,218,418 ; Oct. 15. 

Cain, John C, and H. F. Dent, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Signaling apparatus. 2,221,229 ; Nov. 12. 

Cain, Joseph I., Rock Island, 111., assignor to French & 
Hecht, Incorporated. Wheel making machine. 
2,208,959 ; July 23. 

Cain, William T., New Westminster, British Columbia, 
Canada. Roller skate marking device. 2,205,713 ; June 
25. 

Cairncross, Robert L., Chicago, 111. Rail fastening. 
2,196.521 : Apr. 9. 

Cairncross, Stanley E., Winchester, Mass., assignor to 
Bristol-Myers Company, New York, N. Y. Phenol- 
phthalein compounds a n.d producing the same 
2,216,734; Oct. 8. 

Cairns, Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Auxiliary air 
inlet for internal combustion engines. 2,217,942 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Cairns, Robert W., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Blasting explosive. 2,211,738 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Cairo, Frances L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cutout figure or ob- 
ject. 2,203,128 ; June 4. 

Cai.ster, Beverly M. (See Repath. C. J., and Caister. > 

Cake, Wallace E., and E. M. McColm, Boenoet, Asahan, 
Sumatra, Dutch East Indies, assignors, b.v mesne as- 
signments, to United States Rubber Company, New 
York, N. Y. Preservation of latex. 2,219,469 : Oct. 29. 

Caladon Corporation. (See Patrignani, Leonida, as- 
signor.) 

Calame, Gordon J., assignor to Micro-Westco. Inc., Betten- 
dorf, Iowa. Tensiometer. 2.196,099 ; Apr. 2. 

Calaveras Cement Company. (See Lintz, Mark, assignor!) 

Calcott. William S.. Woodstown, N. J., and H. W. Stark- 
weather, New Castle County, assignors to E. I. dn Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coagulation. 
2.187,146: Jan. 16. 

Calcott, William S., V-'oodstown, L. Spiegler, Woodbury, 
and J. M. Tinker, Carneys Point, N. J., assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Manufacture of N-tertiarv amino acyclic carboxylic 
acids and their salts. 2,203,009 : June 4. 



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Calcott, William S., and A. L. Fox, Woodstown, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Chemical process and composition. 
2,213,360; Sept. 3. 

Calder, Leonard G. (See Nield, J., and Saylor, assignors.) 

Calderazzo, Dominick J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe. 
2,208,246; July 16. 

Calderone, Mary. (See Simler, Oscar J., assignor.) 

Caldora, Armand, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to P. 
Michielli, Woodhaven, N. Y. Hair waving system. 
2,210,897; Aug. 13. 

Caldora, Armand, Brooklyn, assignor to P. Michielli, 
Woodhaven, Long Island, N. Y. Hair curler. 2,218,082 ; 
Oct. 15. 

Caldwell, Albert E., Galesburg, HI. Strain relieving de- 
vice. 2,225,031 ; Dec. 17. 

Caldwell, Albert E., assignor of one-half to G. D. Ladd, 
Lockport, 111. Electrical connector. 2,192,165 ; Feb. 27. 

Caldwell, Benjamin F., assignor to D. I. Caldwell, San 
Dimas, Calif. Clip. 2,209,318 ; July 30. 

Caldwell, Dorothy I. (See Caldwell, Benjamin F., as- 
signor.) 

Caldwell, Evelyn D., executrix. (See Caldwell, Guy S.) 

(Caldwell, Frank W., Hartford, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Speed controlling 
means. 2,219,087 ; Oct. 22. 

Caldwell, Glenn A., Edgewood, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Crane hoist control. 2,208,409 ; July 16. 

Caldwell, Guy S., deceased, late of Paris, Tex., by E. D. 
Caldwell, independent executrix, Paris, Tex. Device 
for holding frames while mounting lenses. 2,210,360 ; 
Aug. 6. 

Caldwell, Harry J., assignor to Barnes Drill Co., Rock- 
ford, 111. Horizontan honing machine. 2,194,638 ; 
Mar. 26. 

Caldwell, Henry C., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Hendwell Burner Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Gas 
burner. 2,185,886; Jan. 2. 

Caldwell, John R., assignor to Southern States Equipment 
Corporation, Birmingham, Ala. Electric switch. 
2,191,878 ; Feb. 27. 

Caldwell, Korene P., Bryn Athyn, Pa. Washing machine. 
2.219.680; Oct. 29. 

Caldwell, Robert L., Sourlake, Tex. Egg crate. 2,219,978 ; 
Oct. 29. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., assignor to Kelch Heater Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Tactual signal. 2,185,329 ; Jan. 2. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., assignor to Kelch Heater Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Tactual signal. 2.191.516 ; Feb. 27. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., assignor to Kelch Heater Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Speed warning device. 2,198,902 ; 
Apr. 30. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Stabilizer. 

2,213.690 ; Sept. 3. 

Caldwell, Stuart H., Detroit, Mich., and J. J. Linton, as- 
signors to BOrg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Tube construction. 2,223,814 ; Dec. 3. 

Caldwell, Walker B., Flossmoor, and E. F. Peters, Chi- 
cago Heights, assignors to Borg-Warner Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Fence post. 2,189,542 ; Feb. 6. 

Caldwell, Walter T. (See Failing, T. E., and Caldwell.) 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Lubricating mechanism 
for reciprocating pumps and similar devices. 2,188,105 ; 
Jan. 23. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla.' Piston. 2,188,106; 
Jan. 23. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Drilling apparatus. 
2.194,066 ; Mar. 19. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Hydraulic power drill- 
ing rig. 2,200,075 ; May 7. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Piston. 2,211,455 ; 
Aug. 13. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Internal pressure piston. 
2,211,456 ; Aug. 13. 

Caldwell, Walter T., assignor to The George E. Failing 
Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Piston. 2,216,291 ; 
Oct. 1. 

Caldwell, Walter T., and J. P. Lang,^ assignors to The 
George E. Failing Supply Company, Enid, Okla. Rotary 
drilling rig. 2,188,107 ; Jan. 23. 

Cale, Lambert R., assignor of one-half to G. Bayder, 
Bridgeport. Ohio. Ignition switch. 2,202.043 ; May 28. 

Calendine, Margaret R. (See Rankin, Albert L., as- 
signor.) 

Calhoun, William L., Rayville, La. Heating means for 
gins. 2,214,497; Sept. 10. 

California Cap Company. (See Watts, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

California Cedar Products Company. (See Wilcox, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

California Consumers Corporation. (See Meinzer, Gott- 
hold H., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Baier. Willard 
R.. assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Drew, Wetter- 
mark C. assignor.) 



California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Holton, Homer 
II., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See EuofiE, Gustav, 
assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Wilson, Clar- 
ence W., assignor.) 

California Institute of Technology. (See Du Mond, Jesse 
W. M., assignor.) 

California Machinery & Supply Co. (See Ostling, Karl 
W. S., assignor.) 

California Pacific Service, Inc., et al. (See Collins, Cal- 
houn, assignor.) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Libbey, Fred N., 
assignor. ) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Newton, Robert J., 
assignor.) 

California Portland Cement Company. (See Bechtold, 
Ira C, assignor.) 

California Portland Cement Company. (See Bechtold, 
I. C, and Kaiser, assignors.) 

California Portland Cement Company. (See Kaiser, Harry 
E., assignor.) 

California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Gregory, 
Kenneth, assignor.) 

California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Volck, 
William H., assignor.) 

Caliban, David M. (See Farrell, W. A., Williams, and 
Caliban.) 

Calini, Gino, Turin, Italy. Expansion valve. 2,224,643 ; 
Dec. 10. 

Calkins, Albert E., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Fractionation of 
chlorinated ketones by steam distillation. 2,201,259 ; 
May 21. 

Calkins, Claude C. (See Hunt, L. A., and Calkins.) 

Calkins, Claude C, and L. A. Hunt, assignors to Calkins 
Manufacturing Co., Spokane, Wash. Grain separator. 
2,214,920; Sept. 17. 

Calkins Manufacturing Co. (See Calkins, C. C, and 
Hunt, assignors.) 

Calkins Manufacturing Company. (See Hunt, L. A., and 
Calkins, assignors.) 

Calkins, William G., Detroit, and C. Breer, Grosse Pointe 
Park, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, 
Mich. Splined coupling. 2,198,654 ; Apr. 30. 

Calkins, William G., and A. J. Langhammer, Detroit, as- 
signors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. 
Porous metal forming apparatus. 2,218,809 ; Oct. 22. 

Calkins, William G., and A. J. Langhammer, Detroit, as- 
signors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. 
Making porous metal structures and bearings. 
2,222,251 ; Nov. 19. 

Call, Albert E. (See Learning, Silas T., assignor.) 

Callaghan, Andrew J., Oak Park, and L. J. McCarthy, 
Maywood, assignors of one-half to Sears, Roebuck and 
Co., Chicago, and one-half to American Oil & Grease 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Dispensing container. 
2,205,082; June 18. 

Callaghan, George H. (See Dewan, Leon, assignor.) 

Callaghan, George H., et al. (See Lorenzen, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Callahan, George T., Washington, D. C, assignor to Gen- 
eral Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Auto- 
matic block signaling system for railroads. 2,225,977 ; 
Dec. 24. 

Callahan, O. L. (See Lamb, Homer M., assignor.) 

Callahan, William S., Jacksonville, Fla. Fume digester. 
2.201,520; May 21. 

Callas, Claude, Ware Shoals, S. C. Top clearer. 
2,224,778 ; Dec. 10. 

Callaway, Edward C, Corvallis, Oreg. Food product and 
making it. 2,224,252 ; Dec. 10. 

Callaway Mills. (See Smith, Loyd A., assignor.) 

Callejo, Modesto, Bronx, assignor to Bidoro Manufacturing 
Co. Inc., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Vacuum breaker valve. 
2,209,189 ; July 23. 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company. (See Bra- 
zier, L. G., Hamilton, and Vincent, assignors.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Hill, H., and Rose, assignors.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Lunt, Robert W., assignor.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Osborne, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited, 
(See Osborne, T, L., and Allcock, assignors.) 

Calleo, John J,. Lodi, N. J. Sanitary comb cleaning de- 
vice. 2,202,516 ; May 28. 

Callihan, Walter G., Russell, Ky. Air circulating fan. 
2.223,672 ; Dec. 3. 

Callite Tungsten Corporation. (See Kurtz, Jacob, as- 
sicnor, ) 

Calloy Limited. (See Kirsebom. Gustaf N., assignor.) 

Callv, Benjamin H,, Miami, Fla. Solar water heater. 
2,208,789 ; July 23, 

Calorider Corporation, The. (See Downs, Charles R,, 
assignor.) 

Calorider Corporation, The. (See Downs, C. R., and 
Spiselman. assignors.) 

Calorider Corporation, The. (See Weiss, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Calva, Jose B., Minneapolis, Minn. Treating animal pelts. 
2,211,645; Aug. 13. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1940 



Calva, Jose B., St. Paul, Minn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Waldorf Paper Products Company. Con- 
tainer and maldng the same. 2,188,497 ; Jan. 30. , 

Calvert, Kuhn, Chauk, Burma, India. Bullet type casing 
perforator. 2,200,487 ; May 14. 

Calvert, Sumter, Chicago, 111. Sound recorder. 2,205,058 ; 

Calvert, William C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Wingfoot 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Age resistor. 2,22(),80d , 

Cambridge' Allan S., Dalrachney Station, Omarama, New 
Zealand. Adjusting the cutter bars of mowing ma- 
chines. 2,197,295 ; Apr. 16. 

Cambridge, Allan S., Dalrachney Station, Omarama, New 
Zealand. Adjusting the cutter bars of mowing ma- 
chines. 2,210,794; Aug. 6. . 

Camden, Henry J., Jaclsson, Mich. Wringer mop. 
2 201 079 * May 14 

Cameron, Allan M., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago. 111. Vacuum can closing ma- 
chine. 2,188,939 ; Feb. 6. 

Cameron, Allan M., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago, 111. Lock seam soldering at- 
tachment. 2,203,403 ; June 4. „ ,^ , . 

Cameron Allan M. assignor to Cameron Can. Machinery 
Co Chicago, 111. Blink feeding and flexing mecha- 

Camlfon laf Mad\i?er'y Co. (See Cameron. Allan M., 

Camlr!S?'Donald G., Lynn, Ma««-'/„sfig?o^- . t° General 
Electric Company. Timeswitch. 2,212,386 , Aug. ^0- 

Cameron, Donald G., Lynn, Mass assignor to General 
Electric Company. Time switch. 2,21.i,3S7 , Aug. 

Cameron, Earl R., Sr., Charleston, W. Va. Apparatus for 

sprayiig and casing wells. 2,207,478 ; July 9. 
Cameron, F